Denver is the 117th city in Gummy Drop!
You arrived in Denver by turboprop airplane to rebuild the monuments.
After you built all the monuments, you will travel by train to Pretoria.
|Build all monuments||x120|
|Intern: Complete all level 1||x1
|Architect: Complete all level 2|
|Master Builder: Complete all level 3|
|Build 100% of city|
This city contains 172 levels, consisting of 120 normal levels, 40 side-levels, and 12 Helping Hand levels.
|Workers discovered several dinosaur fossils during construction, including triceratops bones, which the team honored by choosing a triceratops as their mascot.|
|2||Children’s Museum of Denver||11-20||220,000||-||-||-|
|The museum began life in a converted school bus in 1973. Now it's grown to a 9-acre campus that serves around 600,000 children and their parents a year. Quite a journey!|
|The Denver Mint is a branch of the US Mint that struck its first coins in 1906. The mint is still operating and producing coins for circulation (recognized by their mintmark of 'D'), and it is the single largest producer of coins in the world.|
|4||Clyfford Still Museum||31-40||280,000||-||-||2|
|After Still's death in 1980, roughly 2,400 works from his archives were sealed off from public or academic access for more than 20 years until 2004, when his wife chose Denver as the home for his remaining works.|
|5||Center for Colorado’s Women’s History||41-50||300,000||270,000||-||2|
|Stop by to hear stories of the inspiring women who helped build Denver in the historic setting of the Byers-Evans House, which has been a home to inspiring women since 1883.|
|6||Denver Central Library||51-60||320,000||280,000||-||2|
|The seven-story building is finished with limestone and pre-cast concrete with copper accents, and the interior features murals by Edward Ruscha, with real fossils embedded in the floor of Schlessman Hall.|
|7||Denver Art Museum||61-70||330,000||310,000||-||2|
|Architect Daniel Libeskind designed the building's Rocky Mountain-inspired geometric shape, which features 230,000 square feet of titanium panels covering 20 sloping planes, none of which are parallel or perpendicular to each other!|
|8||History Colorado Center||71-80||350,000||320,000||-||2|
|The center features six permanent exhibits - Living West, Colorado Stories, Destination Colorado, Time Machine, Denver Diorama and Denver A-Z. a journey through an alphabet of quirky tidbits about the city.|
|9||Molly Brown House||81-90||370,000||330,000||300,000||2|
|The house is named for its former owner "The Unsinkable" Molly Brown, whose fame as a survivor of the Titanic disaster helped her promote social issues like women's rights, labor rights, literacy and education, and historical preservation.|
|10||Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception||91-100||400,000||350,000||310,000||2|
|The cathedral features 75 stained-glass windows - more than any other church in America. In 1912, their total cost was $34,000, but today just one large window would cost more than $500,000!|
|11||Brown Palace Hotel||101-110||410,000||370,000||320,000||2|
|The hotel has hosted many notable guests in its century-long history, including the "Unsinkable" Molly Brown, Queen Marie of Romania, The Beatles, and several US Presidents. Maybe you could be next!|
|A large arch once stood in front of the station featuring the word "Mizpah," a Hebrew word expressing a bond between separated people. Today, street signs in the LoDo neighbourhood have "Mizpah" on the back in tribute to the arch.|
Helping Hand levels
Special Item Missions
|#||Levels||Special Item||Image||Reward||Citizen||Character Quote|
|1||1-10||10 binoculars||60,000||"Welcome to Denver! Binoculars might help me gain some perspective. Can you help?"|
|2||11-20||10 magnifying glasses||70,000||"Can you focus in on finding a magnifying glass for me?"|
|3||21-30||10 spray bottles||60,000||"Water" toy doing right now? Do you have time to find my spray bottle?"|
|4||31-40||10 pairs of headphones||100,000||"Headphones are a sound decision in my job! Can you find some for me?"|
|41-50||10 Gummy Guy|
|5||51-60||10 portable radios||100,000||"Some portable radios would help me get on the right frequency. Can you help?|
|6||61-70||10 visors||100,000||"Sun visors would be a bright idea! Can you find some?"|
|7||71-80||10 bow ties||100,000||"I'm tied up at the moment, but could you find my bow tie?"|
|81-90||10 Gummy Guy|
|8||91-100||10 helmets||100,000||"I need a helmet before I get a-"head" of myself! Can you find mine?"|
|9||101-110||10 music sheets||150,000||"I'm a bit stressed but sheet music would change my tune! Can you help?"|
|10||111-120||10 thermoses||100,000||"I need to chill out with a warm drink! Can you help?"|
This track plays while on the city map.
Quotes by Sam
- The vacuum flask souvenir also appears in Gummy Golf and Lakeside Camp.
- The mountain peak souvenir also appears in Kathmandu, La Paz and Quito.
- The cup trophy souvenir also appear in Dallas.