Los Angeles is still another name is Hollywood, which is the home city and the name of the region.
You arrived in Los Angeles by dragon boat to rebuild the monuments.
After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel by Queen Mary ship to Seoul.
- Film camera
When you complete all the levels
- Master Builder: 4 rain, 2 lightning, 1 plasma, 409 coins
- 100% City: 17 shuffle, 10 shovel, 3 lightning, 1,270 coins
This city contains 196 levels, consists of 120 normal levels, 56 side-levels, and 20 Helping Hand levels.
|The Santa Monica Pier’s La Monica Ballroom was once one of the most elegant ballrooms in America, allowing for nearly 10,000 dancers. This was a step up from the original intent of the pier: Protecting the pipe dumping treated sewage into the ocean.|
|An early form of social media pioneered on the Sunset Strip in 1967, when a record company had the inspired idea of placing billboards to draw attention to the Doors’ first album.|
|The first “Symphony under the Stars” concert featured Alfred Hertz conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic for the cost of a 25 cent ticket. While the stars are the same, the price of a ticket might be slightly higher today than in 1922.|
|4||La Brea Tar Pits||31-40||260,000||-||-||2|
|The oldest fossil found in the legendary pits, a dire wolf, is said to be nearly 44,000 years old. Word is it doesn’t look a day over 42,999 years old.|
|The park’s famous Hollywood sign originally read Hollywoodland. This referred not to the movie industry, but to an eventually abandoned housing development.|
|6||Los Angeles Zoo||51-60||350,000||270,000||-||4|
|The zoo’s Name the ‘Roo contest was the first time in 20 years the public was invited to name a new baby animal. No word on whether “Jumper” made the short list.|
|7||Huntington Library and Gardens||61-70||400,000||320,000||-||3|
|In 1928, admission to the famed Huntington Library art gallery was free to the public. Today, you'll have to fork over $20 to see Thomas Gainsborough's The Blue Boy.|
|The oldest part of the city retains the flavor of 19th century Mexico with lively restaurants and street stalls. That is, except for the lack of parking and the rush hour traffic – a dead ringer for contemporary Los Angeles.|
|9||El Pueblo de Los Angeles||81-90||480,000||420,000||280,000||3|
|The tiny, original LA settlement had the impressive moniker of “El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora la Reina de los Angeles de Porciuncula." No word on if the first sign maker threatened to quit.|
|The Japanese section of town is said to be where the incredibly popular Uramaki Roll was first served. You might know it by another name: California Roll.|
|While the New York garment district gets more press, the Los Angeles Fashion District is even larger. There are 3,300 apparel-related businesses located in the 56-block district alone.|
|12||Point Vicente Light||111-120||620,000||560,000||490,000||5|
|Legend has it that the lighthouse is haunted by the Lady of the Light – a ghost who lost her beloved to the sea. Another less romantic theory suggests that the “Lady” is the result of running Frenel lens from the top of the tower.|
- - Intern (Tier 1)
- - Architect (Tier 2)
- - Master Builder (Tier 3)
- Bold - Side-levels
Special item quotes
Helping Hand levels
This track plays while on the city map. File:GD-Los Angeles Audio.ogg
Quotes by Sam
- "Last exit to Los Angeles!"
- "Welcome to sunny Los Angeles!"
- "Welcome to the city of angels!"
- "You're a star in Los Angeles!"