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Cookie Cutter Ruins is the fifth stage in Candy Paradise.


  • The enemy base here is a Surge Base.
  • 1 The Face spawns as the boss after 6.67 seconds200f.
  • Infinite Crocos spawn after 6.67 seconds200f, delay 5~6.67 seconds150f~200f.
  • Infinite Znaches spawn after 6.67 seconds200f, delay 16.67~23.33 seconds500f~700f.
  • 15 Zigges spawn after 16.67 seconds500f, delay 26.67~33.33 seconds800f~1,000f.
  • 5 Zir Zeals spawn after 33.33 seconds1,000f, delay 40~46.67 seconds1,200f~1,400f.


Strategy 1 (4 Crown Restrictions)[]

Lineup: Gato Amigo, Li'l Eraser Cat 50+40, Shigong Cat 50+23, Cadaver BearCat 50, Jellycat 50, Courier Cat 50, Cat Egg Pod 50, Cat Chief 50, Li'l King Dragon Cat 50+40, Esoteric Uril 50

Cannon: Holy Blast, Waterblast (Style), Holy Blast (Foundation)


  • Li'l King Dragon Cat has the Immune to Surge and Mini-Wave MAX Talent.
  • Gato Amigo has the Immune to Surge Talent.
  • Li'l Eraser Cat has the Defense Buff MAX and Dodge Zombie MAX Talent.
  • The Style and Foundation are at max level, reducing damage from Zombies and Surges by 15%.
  • Courier Cat can be replaced with Mimic Cat, a Combo Slave, or Awakened Doron.

This strategy can take quite a while to complete, long enough that you can send Cat Egg Pod at the beginning, and have the same Cat Egg Pod attack twice.

Use a few units to take out the beginning few enemies, luring The Face away from the Surge Base. You should choose when to start stalling The Face, so that it is far away from the Surge Base, but the Zombies cannot burrow directly onto your base. Afterwards, use Esoteric Uril and Li'l King Dragon Cat to chip away at The Face, while you use your remaining money to counter the Zir Zeals and Zigges. Use Holy Blast to better counter the Zir Zeals, and use Cat Egg Pod to chip The Face faster as well as to better protect your stack.

Eventually, The Face will fade away. reduced to a string of zeros and ones, and you will win.


  • Cookie Cutter Ruins's Japanese name, Katanuki Iseki (かたぬき移籍, "Katanuki Ruins") is a reference to the candy-carving festival activity Katanuki.