Cape Town is the 18th city and the first city of Africa in Gummy Drop!.
You arrived in Cape Town by monoplane to rebuild the monuments.
After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel with Gummy flying a hang glider to Budapest.
|Build all monuments|
|Intern: Complete all level 1|
|Architect: Complete all level 2|
|Master Builder: Complete all level 3|
|Build 100% of city||x1,262
This city contains 200 levels, consists of 120 normal levels, 60 side-levels, and 20 Helping Hand levels.
|1||Victoria & Alfred Waterfront||1-10|
|Prince Alfred, second son of Queen Victoria, began construction of the harbor in 1860. The first basin was named after himself, the second after his mother. No word on whether she was relieved it wasn't a battleship.|
|2||Castle of Good Hope||11-20|
|The oldest building in Cape Town has reported a virtual village of ghosts. These include Lady Anne Barnard, the colony's first lady, a large black hound who leaps at startled visitors, and the spectral voices of an arguing couple. It is not known if the argument concerned missing the last tour bus home.|
|3||Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden||21-30|
|The Kingdom of Flowers grows only indigenous South African plants - and a lot of them. The park's 528 hectares feature astoundingly diverse flora and a natural forest.|
|The suburb is often called the Beverly Hills of Cape Town, due to the stupendous array of lushly landscaped mansions. It is, however, far less accessible to Rodeo Drive shops.|
|5||Table Mountain Aerial Cableway||41-50|
|The original cable cars were replaced in 1997 by new double cable models, allowing more stability during the rapid five minute ascent. This is especially welcome since the floors of the cars rotate 360 degrees, offering passengers a panoramic view of what would be a very long drop.|
|6||Hout Bay Museum||51-60|
|Hout Bay residents definitely give a hoot about their city. Locals once started a humorous secessionist movement from Cape Town - highlighted by "Republic of Hout Bay" bumper stickers.|
|7||Iziko South African Museum||61-70|
|The oldest museum in Cape Town houses some of the world's oldest fossils - including a 250 million year old mammal-like reptile.|
|8||St. George's Cathedral||71-80|
|In 1989, St George's Cathedral's Archbishop Desmond Tutu - revered for his work against apartheid - famously led 30,000 protesters in a march to Cape Town's Grand Parade.|
|Lion's Rump, the flat-topped hill next to Lion's Head and Table Mountain, has not had a lion's rump - or other parts - spotted there in over 200 years. The last lion was reportedly killed in 1802.|
|10||South African National Gallery||91-100|
|The world-class museum is renowned for cutting-edge work by contemporary South African artists, including Mary Sibande's intriguing Conversations with Madam - a life-sized, elaborately clothed domestic servant.|
|11||Cape Town Stadium||101-110|
|The new 55,000 seat stadium was confusingly called the Green Point Stadium during the 2010 World Cup media coverage - the name of the previous stadium on the same site.|
|In the 17th century, a Dutch ship carrying millions in gold shipwrecked off this coastal shore. The treasure sunk to the bottom of the most violent surf in South Africa. If you're looking for a project - it is rumoured to be still there.|
Helping Hand levels
Special Item Missions
|#||Levels||Special Item||Image||Reward||Citizen||Character Quote|
|41-50||10 Gummy Guy|
|81-90||10 Gummy Guy|
This track plays while on the city map.
Quotes by Sam
- "Congrats, you're in Cape Town!"
- "Welcome to captivating Cape Town!"