Edinburgh is the 39th city in Gummy Drop!.
You arrived in Edinburgh with Gummy by a sail kayak to rebuild the monuments.
After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel with Gummy on horseback to the Maldives.
|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||Porticullis Gate (Edinburgh Castle)||1-10|
|The castle gates open to many legends. University of Edinburgh students are warned yearly that if they pass through the gates, they will fail their final exams. Some students claim that they actually did fail their final exam. No word on if they studied, however.|
|2||St. Margaret's Chapel (Edinburgh Castle)||11-20|
|St Margaret's Chapel is the oldest building in Scotland, built in the 12th century to honor the late Queen Margaret. The sad queen enjoyed the royal love match - she was said to have died of a broken heart in 1093 after the death of her beloved husband, King Malcolm III.|
|3||Great Hall (Edinburgh Castle)||21-30|
|A small barred window above the Great Hall allowed the 16th century King James IV to eavesdrop on events taking place below. Rumor has it that before the Soviet leader Gorbachev attended a 1984 conference at the castle; his security insisted that the historical hole was sealed.|
|4||Crown Jewels of Scotland (Edinburgh Castle)||31-40|
|The traditional coronation stone of all Scottish and English Kings and Queens - the Stone of Scone - is on display with the crown jewels in Edinburgh Castle. Be warned tat legend says the stone on display is a fake. Supposedly, the real stone was swapped out during the 13th century, and is still safely hidden today.|
|The Camera Obscura began charging admission in 1776 for an astonishing collection of optical instruments and telescopes. It was so popular, that in 1827, a woman named Maria Theresa Short claimed to be the late owner's daughter and his sole inheritor. Whether or not this was true, she followed in the footsteps of her father, and set up her own Popular Observatory in 1835.|
|The cemetery is said to be haunted by the fearsome George MacKenzie, one of the world's most terrifying ghosts. He was also a little cranky during his lifetime, when he had a justifiable reputation for ruthless persecution of religious sects in the 1700's. Appropriately enough, his final resting place is known as the Black Mausoleum.|
|7||St. Giles Cathedral||61-70|
|The stained glass in the church windows were once considered radical, as Presbyterians shunned decoration as idolatry. A persuasive art lover convinced the church leaders that the illustrations were actually teaching aids for bible stories, and they were finally allowed on a few windows.|
|8||Scottish Parliament Building||71-80|
|The building, constructed of steel and oak, was considered the most innovative in all of Britain. But the architect, Enric Miralles drew from a more ancient inspiration. He claimed that his design represented a building "growing out of the land."|
|The 22 year old Mary, Queen of Scots was already a widow when she was married to 19 year old Henry, Lord Darnley in 1565. In an oddly clairvoyant touch, the bride was dressed in black for the ceremony. The marriage was celebrated with two days of festivities, after which Darnley proved himself to be both a drunk and a terrible consort for the Queen.|
|10||Half Moon Battery (Edinburgh Castle)||91-100|
|The cannon near the curved wall of Half Moon Battery is fired at 1pm every weekday. Simultaneously, a time ball drops at the Nelson Monument on Calton Hill. This tradition dates back to a time when ships needed to check their chronometers by the castle.|
|11||Scottish National Gallery||101-110|
|The tiniest art object in the collection might be the most fascinating of all. Paul Chiappe's Untitled 6, completed in 2007, is a 2 inch pencil drawing showing 46 figures in microscopic detail.|
|12||Scottish National War Memorial (Edinburgh Castle)||111-120|
|The moving memorial, planned after the First World War, was built to honor all 100,000 lost Scottish soldiers - fro air, sea and land. The 18th-century barracks was transformed into a Hall of Honor with a casket bearing the names of the dead.|
Helping Hand levels
Special Item Missions
|#||Levels||Special Item||Image||Reward||Citizen||Character Quote|
|1||1-10||10 kilt belts||3|
|3||21-30||10 guitar picks||4|
|4||31-40||10 rugby balls||100,000|
|41-50||10 Gummy Guy|
|81-90||10 Gummy Guy|
This track plays while on the city map.
Quotes by Sam
- "Excellent! You're in Edinburgh!"
- "Say a wee hello to Edinburgh!"
- "Welcome to elegant Edinburgh!"
- "You've entered enticing Edinburgh!"
- This is the first city after the release of the new event city introduced.
- The monument called Edinburgh Castle is made up of six monuments.
- The monument souvenir also appears in Antananarivo.