San Francisco is the third city and the first city of North America in Gummy Drop!.
San Francisco has revamped the new map since March 10, 2021.
Introduction: You arrived in San Francisco by a robot vehicle (formerly space shuttle) to rebuild the monuments.
Your main goal is still the same, but you will run into some new things as you advance further.
Epilogue: After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel by a van to New York.
|Build all monuments|
|Intern: Complete all level 1||x1
|Architect: Complete all level 2|
|Master Builder: Complete all level 3|
|Build 100% of city||x2|
This city contains 175 levels, consists of 120 normal levels, 36 side-levels, and 19 Helping Hand levels.
|In 1975, the most famous of the brightly colored SF Victorians - shown on the TV show "Full House" - sold for a cool $65,000. However, only the rumor that the FBI was coming by cleared the premises of dozens of squatting hippies. This sneaky rumor was spread by the new owner.|
|In the 1850's the chic shopping mecca of Union Square was so empty it was used for pick-up baseball games — in fact, the term sand-lot baseball is said to have been coined there. Baseball is still popular in SF, although stadium tickets are slightly more expensive.|
|SF's highest skyscraper salutes the city’s earthier past with a plaque commemorating two legendary "ratter" dogs, Bummer and Lazarus, who roamed the streets together in the 1860’s.|
|Eccentric socialite Lillie Hitchcock Coit was one of SF's most colorful characters, known for cigar-smoking, trousers, gambling, and her fond support of the Telegraph Hill firefighters. It's no wonder that her gift to the city - the famed Coit Tower - is said to be shaped like a fire hose nozzle.|
|Although less glitzy than the Golden Gate Bridge, the opening of the Oakland — San Francisco connection in 1933 caused the largest traffic snarl in SF history. This proved something of a harbinger to modern congestion.|
|The famously chewy sourdough enjoyed at the Wharf is actually a distant relative of the original loaf. Bakers traditionally use a bit of the previous day's dough to keep the distinctive tart flavor consistent. We do not, however, suggest this same method for your holiday fruitcake.|
|Despite Hollywood legend, there is no evidence that any of the infamous prisoners — including mobster Al Capone - ever made the perilous swim to freedom. This is possibly because the waters were said to be both icy and shark-infested.|
|The sprawling brick retail center, headquarters of the famous chocolates, enjoyed the sweet satisfaction of escaping the 1906 Earthquake. Years later, it escaped becoming an apartment complex by landing a rare spot on the National Historic Register.|
|9||Palace of Fine Arts||81-90||180,000||320,000||250,000||5|
|Built to celebrate the Panama Canal, the first exhibit featured works by Monet, Rembrandt, and Michelangelo - sent to SF for safe-keeping during WWI. The site is now the favored venue for wedding photography, creating another kind of priceless art.|
|10||Holy Virgin Cathedral||91-100||300,000||250,000||280,000||2|
|The stunning cathedral is said to be lit by an incredible chandelier, and lined with breathtaking mosaics. However, the only way to view these works of art is to attend religious services. The interior has never been open to the public - and photography is strictly forbidden.|
|The legendary community baths offered seven swimming pools, a museum, an amphitheater, and 40,000 available towels. Today only the ruins remain — along with memories of an ice skating rink presumably large enough for an entire SF neighborhood to twirl in unison|
|12||Golden Gate Bridge||111-120||450,000||300,000||480,000||3|
|The Golden Gate Bridge's "International Orange" is now legendary, but the U.S. Navy had another color scheme in mind. They pushed for black and yellow stripes to ensure greater visibility for ships. Happily, the city passed on the idea of "Bumblebee Bridge."|
Helping Hand levels
Special Item Missions
|#||Levels||Special Item||Image||Reward||Citizen||Character Quote|
|1||1-10||10 paint cans||100,000||"Welcome to the streets of San Francisco! Can you help us paint the town red?"|
|2||21-30||100,000||"If you find me a balloon, I can find you some bricks"|
|31-40||10 Gummy Guy|
|41-50||10 Gummy Guy|
|61-70||10 Gummy Guy|
This track plays while on the city map.
Quotes by Sam
- "Leave your heart in San Francisco!"
- "Welcome to scenic San Francisco!"
- "Welcome to sunny San Francisco!"
- The seal souvenir also appears in Québec City and Anchorage.
- There are non-buildable monuments scattered in this city's map, they are :
- Lombard Street, and
- San Francisco Maritime Museum with Balclutha.
- However in older version of map, there are monuments that didn't appeared after map remasters. Some of them are Japanese Tea Garden and Chinatown, with the latter only represented by famed Chinese town gate (In newer map, now represented by the entire of neighborhood). Lombard Street remains appeared in both versions.