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Join our Rainbow Party! 🌈

Lola_Pop
Lola_Pop Posts: 12,011 Community Manager
edited June 2022 in Discussions

Hello, Jellies! It’s time to shine proudly! 🌈

You may be among the lucky ones who can play the new event in Candy Crush Jelly Saga: the Rainbow Party! So please keep reading to:

  • find some information about the event, how it works and the rewards to you can receive
  • learn more about the theme and the levels of this event, which are Jellyliciously special!


🌈 Identity and representation

The Rainbow Party is a special edition of our beloved Fishing with Friends- and it’s all about Pride, Identity, and Inclusion, because representation matters!


🌈 Together with your friends

You'll have 6 different levels to play with your friends, collecting fish candies together to earn sweet rewards. Remember, playing the Rainbow Party doesn't consume lives!

During several 5-day-event that will appear in your game throughout the month, you'll be able to earn Wrapped Hammers, Striped Hammers, Color Bombs, Coloring Candies, Double Fish and even Unlimited Lives!


🌈 The levels

Our amazing Jelly level designers have created 5 new levels to celebrate different identities and the fact that Love is Love. There is one general love celebration level and 5 more levels inspired by different Pride-related flags.

Ready to learn some more about each of them? Let’s go!


❤️ Love = Love


Love is love. And it’s all we need!


💙 The Progress flag

This flag represents most of the LGBTQ+ community and places a greater emphasis on inclusion and progression. 

💚 The Lesbian flag

The term “lesbian” refers to a woman who has a romantic and/or sexual orientation towards women. Some non-binary people may also identify with this term.


💛 The bisexual flag

Bi is an umbrella term used to describe a romantic and/or sexual orientation towards more than one gender. Bi people may describe themselves using one or more of a wide variety of terms.

🧡 Pansexual flag

The term “pan” refers to a person whose romantic and/or sexual attraction towards others is not limited by sex or gender


💜 Aromantic & Asexual flags

The term “Aromantic” (also “Aro” for short), is an umbrella term used specifically to describe a lack of, varying, or occasional experiences of romantic attraction. The term “Asexual” (also “Ace” for short), is an umbrella term used specifically to describe a lack of, varying, or occasional experiences of sexual attraction.


❤️ Transgender flag

The term “trans” is an umbrella term to describe people whose gender is not the same as or does not sit comfortably with, the sex they were assigned at birth. They may refer to themselves using one or more of a wide variety of terms. It's made of two light blue stripes, representing boys, two pink stripes representing girls, and a middle white stripe for those who are transitioning, intersex people, and those who feel they have no gender or have a neutral gender.


💙 Non-binary flag

The term “non-binary” is an umbrella term for people whose gender identity doesn’t sit comfortably with ‘man’, or ‘woman’. Non-binary identities are varied and can include people who identify with some aspects of binary identities, while others reject them entirely.


💚 Genderqueer flag

“Genderqueer” refers to a person who does not subscribe to conventional gender distinctions but identifies with neither, both, or a combination of male and female genders. The colors of this flag represent:

  • Chartreuse (yellow-green): identities that aren’t in the gender binary as well as the third gender
  • White: gender-neutral and agender identities
  • Lavender: queer identities and androgyny


The whole Candy Crush Jelly Saga team wishes you have fun with this celebration!

You can leave your feedback here below, we'd love to hear what you think of it and how we can improve it for next year! 🤗

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