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Boston is the 55th city in Gummy Drop!.

This city had a free trip from April 3 to 5, 2018.

Story

Introduction:
You arrived in Boston by a car to rebuild the monuments.
Epilogue:
After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel by ship to Lima.

Souvenir symbols

  • Boston Souvenir1.pngBoston terrier
  • Boston Souvenir2.pngLobster
  • Boston Souvenir3.pngTeapot

Rewards

Achievement Image Reward Passport Stamp
Build all monuments GummyDrop BuiltAllMonuments.png
Intern: Complete all level 1 Passport Intern Box.png Passport Level1Stamp.png
Architect: Complete all level 2 Passport Architect Box.png Passport Level2Stamp.png
Master Builder: Complete all level 3 Passport MasterBuilder.png Passport Level3Stamp.png
Build 100% of city Passport CityComplete Box.png Passport CompleteStamp.png

Citizens

Levels

This city contains 200 levels, consisting of 120 normal levels, 60 side-levels, and 20 Helping Hand levels.

Monuments

# Monument Levels Requirement Image
Bricks Hats Gems Green Gems
1 Fenway Park 1-10 85,000 - - -
Boston Stamp01.png
When the storied stadium's right field fence was moved 20 feet inward in 1940, it so perfectly suited Red Sox star slugger, lefty Ted Williams, that his fans renamed right field "Williamsburg."
2 Mapparium 11-20 180,000 - - -
Boston Stamp02.png
This 3-story stained-glass globe is a concave projection of the Earth. Viewed from a bridge, your eyes will be equidistant from everywhere, in an attempt to make sense of an inside-out planet. This might even feel slightly familiar.
3 Tea Party Ship 21-30 200,000 - - 4
Boston Stamp03.png
Despite the fact that the English importer was called the "East India Tea Company", the 92,000 pounds of tea pitched overboard was from China. The cargo today would be worth nearly two million dollars!
4 Old Granary Burying Ground 31-40 220,000 - - -
Boston Stamp04.png
John Hancock's grave was plundered form here in the 1860s. Historians believe that his lead coffin was turned into pipes for new buildings.
5 Old South Meeting House 41-50 250,000 200,000 - 3
Boston Stamp05.png
5,000 angry patriots were meeting here in 1773 when Samuel Adams shouted, "This meeting can do nothing more to save the country!" This admittedly sounds more historical than, "Let's go dump some tea!"
6 Old Corner Book Store 51-60 280,000 250,000 - 4
Boston Stamp06.png
Boston's oldest commercial building was once the first American hangout for nine literary stars of the 19th century. The area was nicknamed "Parnassus Corner" after the mythological home of the Muses,to flatter them into visiting often.
7 Paul Revere House 61-70 320,000 280,000 - 30
Boston Stamp07.png
The American patriot shared this house with his mother and nine children from two marriages. His famous ride was probably not the first time he'd needed to get out of the house alone.
8 Faneuil Hall 71-80 360,000 320,000 - 3
Boston Stamp08.png
Bostonians have used, "What's on top of Faneuil Hall?" as a test to identify natives. They are possibly the only ones to know that the weathervane on the "Cradle of Liberty" is a golden grasshopper! Although now you know too.
9 Copp's Hill Burying Ground 81-90 420,000 360,000 140,000 5
Boston Stamp09.png
The Puritan preachers, responsible for the Salem witch trials, lie here. As a result, the ghosts of Salem witches are said to come here weekly for a Girls' Night Out to dance on their graves.
10 Cheers Pub 91-100 480,000 400,000 190,000 3
Boston Stamp10.png
This real-life beer joint was the setting for the iconic 1980s sitcom, and a popular stop for tourists ever since. No word on whether everyone knows their names.
11 Longfellow Bridge 101-110 500,000 450,000 220,000 4
Boston Stamp11.png
This 1906 bridge features carvings of Viking ships, some celebrating a voyage up the Charles River that is likely apocryphal. The Vikings were said to have returned to Iceland in 1347, complaining about the Boston winters.
12 Bunker Hill Monument 111-120 560,000 520,000 380,000 4
Boston Stamp12.png
The obelisk commemorates the first major battle of the American Revolution, won by the British after suffering more than twice the casualties of the colonists. It is also every American history teacher's favorite example of a Pyrrhic Victory.

Helping Hand levels

Special Item Missions

# Levels Special Item Image Reward Citizen Character Quote
1 1-10
2 11-20
3 21-30
4 31-40
41-50 10 Gummy Guy Gummy Guy Resource Mart builder.png Resource Mart unbuilt.png
5 51-60
6 61-70
7 71-80
81-90 10 Gummy Guy Gummy Guy Resource Mart builder.png Resource Mart unbuilt.png
8 91-100
9 101-110
10 111-120


Helping Locals

# Level Citizen Spend Reward
1 26 Coin.png190 Orange Brick.png180,000
2 102

Mystery Boxes

# Level Reward
1 47
2 83

Music

This track plays while on the city map.

Quotes by Sam

  • "Get a base hit in Boston!"
  • "Greetings from bustling Boston!"
  • "It's better in Boston!"
  • "You're full of beans! You've made it to Boston!"

Trivia

  • Boston shares its music with Dublin.
  • The teapot souvenir also appears in Chengdu.
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