Amman is the 51st city in Gummy Drop!.
You arrived in Amman by airplane to rebuild the monuments.
After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel with Gummy by running to Bogota.
|Build all monuments|
|Intern: Complete all level 1|
|Architect: Complete all level 2|
|Master Builder: Complete all level 3|
|Build 100% of city|
This city contains 200 levels, consists of 120 normal levels, 60 side-levels, and 20 Helping Hand levels.
|Queen Rania of Jordan was reportedly inspired by a Frank Sinatra song when she launched Amman's Children Museum. The "Up and Away" exhibit boasts a Flying Area, allowing visitors to see what "Spring is like on Jupiter and Mars."|
|2||Jordan Gate Towers||11-20||210,000||-||-||-|
|The city's tallest structures are slated to be complete in 2018. The project stalled in construction from 2006 to 2016 - although in a city as old as Amman, a 10-year hiatus is probably unrmarkable.|
|The award-winning bridge spans a valley between two distinctly different neighborhoods. Local satirist Emad Hajjaj envisioned it as "Amman's Catapult," propelling the city's poor masses into the laps of the elite.|
|4||Jordan Archaelogical Museum||31-40||270,000||-||-||4|
|The hilltop museum in the Citadel once housed the Ain Ghazal plaster statues - some of the oldest statues ever made. It is best not to ponder too hard which ancient models might have posed for the busts with two heads.|
|5||Royal Cultural Center||41-50||290,000||320,000||-||6|
|This thoroughly modern convention center's lineage dates back to similar ancient marketplaces where commercial traders and international rulers gathered - but likely peddled very different goods.|
|6||King Abdullah Mosque||51-60||360,000||290,000||-||4|
|The late King Hussein built this cavernous, domed mosque in 1989 to honor his grandfather. The thousands of worshippers are similarly honored by what has been called "the deepest pile carpet in the Middle East."|
|This royal palace has been used as the primary location for meetings between the King and visiting dignitaries. The name refers to a "comfortable life" in Arabic. No word on how comfortable the King's meetings with dignitaries were, owever.|
|Amman was known as Philadelphia in 200DE, when the Romans built this open theater. Theater folk have also long dreaded the "Philadelphia tryout," leading to speculation that those Romans might have been a tough crowd.|
|It is not clear why this "Desert Castle" was built in 710 BCE. Oddly enough, it is rumored to have been a caravansary housing traveling desert traders - despite the fact that it offers no water, no fortification,and no access to any major trade routes.|
|The ruin of this Roman public fountain circa 200 CE is believed to have once encompassed a 6,500-sq-foot swimming pool. This begs the question: Was public skinny dipping privileges included with a Roman gym membership?|
|11||Abu Darwish Mosque||101-110||565,000||410,000||440,000||6|
|This 1961 mosque was the first to adopt the controversial, unified called to prayer. Since 1978, one live, centralized call is broadcast to neighbouring mosques in an attempt to sync the sounds of many into one.|
|If you don't want to pay Amman Beach's steep entrance fee to use their showering facilities, the nearby beach at Herodus Spring offers the next best thing - a free shower in a natural waterfall.|
Helping Hand levels
Special Item Missions
|#||Levels||Special Item||Image||Reward||Citizen||Character Quote|
|2||11-20||10 white capes||100,000|
|41-50||10 Gummy Guy|
|81-90||10 Gummy Guy|
|9||101-110||10 name tag||150,000|
|10||111-120||10 pottery wheels||2|
This track plays while on the city map.
Quotes by Sam
- "All's well in Amman!"
- "You'll be amazed by Amman!"
- "You're awestruck! You're in Amman!"