Dublin is the 49th city in Gummy Drop!.
This city had a free trip from March 16 to 18, 2018 in time for St. Patrick's Day.
You arrived in Dublin by cruise ship to rebuild the monuments.
After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel by a fishing boat to Casablanca.
|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.
|1||Garden of Remembrance||1-10||90,000||-||-||-|
|The mosaics of this Irish freedom fighters memorial depict broken weapons, referencing an ancient Celtic ritual of throwing broken swords and shields into a river at the end of the battle.|
|2||National Leprechaun Museum||11-20||190,000||-||-||-|
|This unique museum celebrates the heroes of Irish folklore such as leprechauns, banshees, and the great warrior, Cuchulain. On weekend nights they offer "Darkland," a program of twisted tales. But leave the children with a babysitter - this Irish delight is adults only!|
|Originally a Norman fortification, the government complex is sited over a large, dark pool ("dubh linn," in Irish), fed by the River Poddle. The Poddle was later diverted to create a moat for the fort. It still flows beneath the castle, although no crocodiles have ever been sighted.|
|4||Old Jameson Distillery||31-40||320,000||-||-||3|
|The 1780 distillery was founded by a middle-aged bureaucrat Scotsman, new to brewing. His later success has been attributed to his good taste, his family motto "Sine Metu" ("Without Fear"), and a pinch of midlife crisis.|
|Ireland's first mosque evokes two religions. The Donmore Presbyterian Church circa 1860, built in the style of a 13th-century English Church, was converted into the mosque.|
|6||St. Patrick's Cathedral||51-60||380,000||360,000||-||4|
|Renowned brewer Sir Benjamin Guinness restored the crumbling 13th century Gothic cathedral in the 1860s. His son Arthur made a sly reference to the family business when he donated a stained glass window of 'Rebecca at the Well' which read: 'I was thirsty and ye gave me drink'|
|7||Temple Bar Area||61-70|
|Vikings set up camp in the area as far back as 795 A.C.E. Locals have it that the style of boisterous celebrating associated with brawling conquerors might seem subdued next to the usual Saturday night festivities at Ireland's oldest public house.|
|8||Spirit of Dublin||71-80||390,000||350,000||-||3|
|The decorative pattern at the base of the stainless steel "Monument of Light" was inspired by the rock formations underneath. The pinnacle pierces the sky at 390ft in the air - upon which an unspecified number of angels are presumed to be dancing.|
|9||Dublin International Airport||81-90||410,000||370,000||380,000||4|
|The original Terminal 1, an elegant curved building with tiered floors echoing the lines of a great ocean liner, was designed to accommodate 100,000 passengers a year. Terminal 2 was added in 2010, and today, the airport serves 28 million travelers annually.|
|Of the five ghosts rumored to haunt these halls, some say the most terrifying is Maud Plunkett. She is said to chase the ghost of her third husband around the castle in posthumous domestic altercation.|
|11||Samuel Beckett Bridge||101-110||470,000||440,000||430,000||2|
|The dramatic design for this cable bridge was inspired by Ireland's national emblem, the harp, lying on its side. Samuel Beckett might have appreciated how the harp appears to be endlessly waiting.|
|Trinity College, founded in 1592, boasts such alumni as Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift, Bram Stoker, and Samuel Beckett. The Book of Kells also resides in the college's library. You'll have to read it there, however. The ancient text is not circulated.|
Helping Hand levels
Special Item Missions
|#||Levels||Special Item||Reward||Character Quote|
|41-50||10 Gummy Guy|
|81-90||10 Gummy Guy|
This track plays while on the city map.
Quotes by Sam
- "The luck of the Irish has brought you to Dublin!"
- "Welcome to delightful Dublin!"
- "What luck! You're in Dublin!"
- "You've dashed into Dublin!"
- Dublin shares its music with Boston.
- One of the citizens is based on Oscar Wilde, famous Irish poet and author whose works flourished in 19th Century.
- St. Pius X Church is the non-buildable monument in this city's map.
- The harp souvenir also appears in Cardiff.