If Candy Crush candy is anywhere as addictive as the game that inspired it, we're going to have a big, fat problem on our hands. Thankfully, your mom won't be able to request the real candy from you on Facebook.
King, the company behind the hit, will begin selling their own line of candies on Nov. 1 at Dylan's Candy Bar, according to People. Initially, there will be three types: Jellyfish, sour fruit gummies and mixed fruit gummies.
They have yet to venture into chocolates. Because Candy Crush chocolate sucks.
Boxes will set you back $4. Or four sets of extra moves.
We can only assume the candies will be followed by official Candy Crush T-shirts and Candy Crush hats and Candy Crush plushies. It's only a matter of time. Meanwhile, here is a selection of the unofficial Candy Crush products available online, in progressively weirder order:
This bottle cap keychain for $7.88 (via Fizzbombshop)
This homemade charm bracelet for $20.00 (via ShopCraftyCreations)
This personalized wine glass for $25.00 (via OneChelleOfAMug)
This customized Crush-aholic koozie for $10.00 (via ColleyvineDesign)
This pair of mens cufflinks for $8.28 (via cherishedcollection)
This "May Your Birthday Be Sweeter Than the Feeling of Finally Solving That Level You've Been Stuck on for Weeks in Candy Crush!" card for $4.00 (via HeyBuddyGreetings)
This standard size, polyester pillow case for $14.99 (via singgahsanasini)
This tutu for $79.99 (via TheBerryNiceBoutique)
This hand crocheted scarf for $40.00 (via rosemarysbabymek)
This sleep mask for $10.00 (via Sweet16inStitches)
And whatever this is for $10.00 (via LisaPendants).
According to the description, it's a "Candy Crush Resin Wire Wrapped Pendant."