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Mexico City (Spanish: Ciudad de México) is the 17th city in Gummy Drop!.

This city had a free trip from November 1 and 2, 2016, after Transylvania disappeared as a celebrate Day of the Dead.

Story

Introduction:
You arrived in Mexico City by monoplane to rebuild the monuments.
Epilogue:
After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel by monoplane to Cape Town.

Souvenir symbols

  • Mexico City Souvenir1.pngAztec calendar
  • Mexico City Souvenir2.pngCalavera
  • Mexico City Souvenir3.pngSombrero

Rewards

Achievement Image Reward Passport Stamp
Build all monuments GummyDrop BuiltAllMonuments.png
Intern: Complete all level 1 Passport Intern Box.png Passport Level1Stamp.png
Architect: Complete all level 2 Passport Architect Box.png Passport Level2Stamp.png
Master Builder: Complete all level 3 Passport MasterBuilder.png Passport Level3Stamp.png
Build 100% of city Passport CityComplete Box.png Passport CompleteStamp.png

Citizens

Levels

This city contains 204 levels, consists of 120 normal levels, 64 side-levels, and 20 Helping Hand levels.

Monuments

# Monument Levels Requirement Image
Bricks Hats Gems Green Gems
1 Pyramid of the Sun 1-10
Mexico City Stamp01.png
A robot named Tlaloc II is credited with discovering ancient rooms under the pyramid. No word on whether the robot made excited beeping noises when it did.
2 Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe 11-20
Mexico City Stamp02.png
In 1936, renowned chemist Richard Kuhn claimed that the colors of the Basilica were not from a mineral, vegetable, or animal source - or any earthly source at all. His findings were rebuked by an art expert in 2002, who declared that colors came from nothing more heavenly than clay paint.
3 National Museum of Anthropology 21-30
Mexico City Stamp03.png
The day the statue of Tlaloc, the Aztec god of rain, arrived at the museum gates a torrential rain fell on Mexico City - a sign the god was pleased. It could also be called a coincidence.
4 Chapultepec 31-40
Mexico City Stamp04.png
The ecology of the park is so complex, it is estimated that 100 million pesos are needed annually to maintain it - or 6 million US dollars.
5 Chapultepec Castle 41-50
Mexico City Stamp05.png
The elaborate setting might look familiar to film buffs. In 1996, the castle starred in William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet, along with Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes.
6 Lake Texcoco 51-60
Mexico City Stamp06.png
The ancient Aztecs built a system of dams to control the level of the lake, but this surprisingly modern system was destroyed by Spanish invaders. To deal with flooding, the lake was drained in 1967. The result was the city's current problem - water shortages.
7 National Palace 61-70
Mexico City Stamp07.png
The liberty bell that rung Mexico's independence in 1810 still chimes yearly on September 16th - with the current president repeating the historic shout of independence to the citizens below.
8 Great Pyramid of Tenochtitlan 71-80
Mexico City Stamp08.png
The temple was dedicated simultaneously to the god of war and the god of rain. Each god had a shrine at the top of the pyramid with separate staircases - as presumably they didn't get along.
9 Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral 81-90
Mexico City Stamp09.png
Given that Mexico City is built over a lake, it isn't too surprising that the city is sinking. However, even parishioner prayers have not propped up the Metropolitan Cathedral's sloped floor - it is clearly tilted.
10 Palacio de Correos de Mexico 91-100
Mexico City Stamp10.png
Mexico City established a separate post office in 1901. This was due in part to the volume of mail that was being handled (or mishandled) annually - nearly 130 million pieces.
11 Angel of Independence 101-110
Mexico City Stamp11.png
In 1957, an earthquake rocked the golden symbol of independence off its column. An angel might have been present when it did, as miraculously no one was injured when it fell.
12 Zocalo 111-120
Mexico City Stamp12.png
The central square of Mexico City is wide enough that in May of 2007, noted photographer Spencer Tunick managed to fill it with 18,000 Mexicans for a single shot. No word on the traffic jam afterwards.


Helping Hand levels

Special Item Missions

# Levels Special Item Image Reward Citizen Character Quote
1 1-10
2 11-20
3 21-30
4 31-40
41-50 10 Gummy Guy Gummy Guy Resource Mart builder.png Resource Mart unbuilt.png
5 51-60
6 61-70
7 71-80
81-90 10 Gummy Guy Gummy Guy Resource Mart builder.png Resource Mart unbuilt.png
8 91-100
9 101-110
10 111-120


Helping Locals

# Level Citizen Spend Reward
1 Lv. Orange Brick.png 80,000 Blue Hat.png150,000
2 116 Blue Hat.png110,000 Pink Gem.png220,000

Green Gem.png2

Mystery Boxes

# Level Reward
1 46
2 84

Music

This track plays while on the city map.

Quotes by Sam

  • "Hola, Mexico City!"
  • "Make time for Mexico City!"
  • "Mix it up in Mexico City!"
  • "Welcome to magnificent Mexico City!"

Trivia

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