This episode can be known as the continuation of Soda Swamp as it contains 5 very hard levels like 428, 434, 437, 438, and 440, and has beaten the record of Pastille Pyramid to have 4 very hard levels, becoming the most very hard levels in a single episode tied with Biscuit Bungalow. (It's unknown whether level 437 will remain insanely hard level grade, if yes, Biscuit Bungalow will become the episode with the most number of very hard levels in a single episode.) Levels 427 and 432 are also considered quite hard in the episode. Even the timed level of this episode, level 433 can be quite tricky. Level 433 is also the only timed level of the game to have Toffee tornadoes on the board. However, there are some easy levels such as 426, 430, 431, 435, 436, and 439. As a result, it is a very hard episode.
The webside Crushingcandies.com hoaxed an episode 30. It was supposedly called "Cupcake Forest" and contained 7 jelly levels, 5 ingredients levels, 2 candy order levels, and 1 timed level. Crushingcandies.com then explained they got the false information from the regular Candy Crush Saga Wikipedia page and apologized for the false information.
Before the release, if you scrolled to the very top of the board, the first 3 spaces of the episode could be seen, but the spaces had no level type icon or number, and the colour was a dark blue, although this episode's colour is pink (see picture)
Upon its release, when you are playing timed levels, displaying "Get (required points) points!" is now "Get (required points) points in (time) seconds!".
This episode starts a trend in which all levels ending in 0 or a multiple of 10 are considerably hard or higher, starting from Level 440 and ending in Level 570.