are an American candy first sold in 1988. Their taste is described to be similar to a Sour Patch Kid except inverted, with a sweet shell and a sour inside.
||1988 - Present
||1990 - Present
||More sour version of Original.
||1990 - 2000
2002 - Present
|Original, but the outside is sour but the inside is sweet.
||1990 - 1998
||Introduced to bring more variety in flavors.
||1991 - 1997
||A more sour version of Tropical Depression.
These packs are active in their respective seasons.
||More sour than Original. Candies are shaped like snowflakes.
||This is the most unique of the seasonal packs as some of the flavors don't have the sour inside.
||Colors are more vivid.
||The candies are shaped like what the flavors are.
- Original, XTREME, and Inversion: Cherry, Orange, Grape, Lime
- Tropical Depression / Tropical Storm: Lime, Pear, Peach, Watermelon
- Frostbite: Cookie, Chocolate, Eggnog [Not Sour], Candy Cane
- Bounce: Carrot, Corn, Red Apple [Sour], Chocolate Heart
- Summer Splash: Lime, Pear, Peach, Watermelon
- Falling Fast: Pumpkin, Candy Apple, Ghost (any flavor), Chocolate
- Due to popular demand, the Inversion pack was brought back in 2002.