Now You Can Buy Candy Crush Candies in Real Life


Healthy perceptions of reality are so overrated.

Now, some might claim it’s important that kids grow up knowing the difference between the digital and physical, between attacking produce in a video game and attacking it in a grocery store, but to those folks, we say: BAH.

New York-based candy company Dylan’s Candy Bar recently unveiled a line of Candy Crush-themed chocolates, Swedish fish, and gummies inspired by the popular Bejeweled-esque smartphone game. Now you can hone your sweet pattern-recognition skills long after you’ve killed your phone battery.

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The Candy Crush Candies come in four varieties: chocolate Color Bombs, Jelly Fish gummies, Mixed Fruit gummies, and Sour Fruit gummies.

They are available online from Dylan’s Candy Bar, $4 each or $15 for all four.

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Dominique would be a foodie if she had money to pay for food. For now, she gets by just looking at food photography, which results in at least one more starving journalism student every time Instagram breaks down.

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  • Aaron Lane Knoll

    no one gives a shit and candy crush is a crap game.

    • chelsea

      Calm your tits,dude. You’re blood pressure will thank you. It will be ok. It’s just candy.

      • Aaron Lane Knoll

        What’s the fun in that?

  • Tamara