Sydney is the first city and the first city of Oceania in Gummy Drop!.
Sydney is located in the Australian state is New South Wales.
Sydney has revamped the new map since Version 3.0 update.
Introduction: You arrived from a cruise ship and greeted by Sam. You learn that "the world's gone gummy." It's your job, as the player, to play architect and rebuild the cities.
To reconstruct the city of Sydney, you must complete a total of 120 regular levels and build 12 of the city's well-known monuments. You will notice that Levels 1-10 are immediately visible, but the rest are not available. That's because you learn that after completing the first 10 levels, you can construct the first monument, the Australia National Maritime Museum. Every landmark requires resources that you can earn by completing levels. Once you gather the required amount of resources, you will be able to construct the monument. Once you do, you will unlock the next 10 levels to make your way to build the next monument as well. The process repeats, eventually leading to the reconstruction of Sydney's 12 monuments.
Sydney, Australia, is the city to start your journey in the game. The player will embark simple levels, face obstacles like Stickers, Paper, and Chains, and get to know some other features the game introduces as you advance.
Epilogue: After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel by an airplane to Tokyo.
Not including basic gameplay features
Stickers, Chains, Paper, Score levels, Tile levels, Souvenir levels, Extra Time Gummy, Lightning Bolt, Combo, Kite, Plasma Strike, Shovel, Shuffle, Wind, Waterfall, Line Crush
When you complete all the levels
- Intern: 1 Shovel and 67 coins
- Architect: 1 Cold Fusion, 218 coins, 1 Oasis, and 1 Shuffle
- Master Builder: 6 Kites, 460 coins, 1 Quake, and 6 Shuffles
- 100% City:
This city contains 141 levels, consists of 120 normal levels and 21 Helping Hand levels. Each monument has 10 levels to be completed.
|Congrats! You've earned your first travel fun fact! Did You know there are over 250 languages spoken in Sydney? It might make it a little more challenging to ask directions!|
|1||Australia National Maritime Museum||1-10||2,000||-||-||-|
|Among the ships on display at Sydney's Maritime Museum is Blackmores First Lady - in which Kay Cottee became the first woman to sail solo, non-stop around the world in 1988.|
|2||Chinese Garden of Friendship||11-20||3,000||-||-||-|
|The friendly koi fish found in the Garden of Friendship's Lenient Jade Pavilion swim up to visitors when they clap their hands.|
|3||Queen Victoria Building||21-30||10,000||-||-||-|
|The Queen Victoria building, nearly demolished in 1959, is home to a letter from Queen Elizabeth II. No one knows what it says, however. It won't be opened and read to citizens of Sydney by the Lord Mayor until 2085.|
|The 420 windows of the Sydney Tower are cleaned by Charlie, a semi-automatic window cleaning machine. The cycle only takes two days, and it never needs a vacation.|
|5||St. Mary's Cathedral||41-50||15,000||12,000||-||-|
|One of the items on display in St. Mary's Cathedral is the Marriage dollar - loaned to financially strapped bridegrooms to pay for their marriage service. No word on whether the brides knew about this practice.|
|In 2005, security guards at the Parliament House were banned from calling visitors "mate." The ban lasted all of 24 hours.|
|7||Royal Botanical Gardens||61-70||18,500||13,000||-||-|
|In addition to trees and flowers, the Royal Botanical Gardens house 22,000 Grey-headed Flying Foxes. You many know them as fruit bats.|
|The Lodge is the official Canberra residence of the Prime Minister. Only one, John Howard, chose to live in Sydney instead. This did not exactly endear him to the residents of Canberra.|
|9||Justice & Police Museum||81-90||22,300||18,000||12,000||-|
|The Justice & Police Museum has been around since the 1850s, handling 18,000 cases in its first year. In other words, it's not just for show.|
|10||Overseas Passenger Terminal||91-100||24,000||20,000||14,000||-|
|Sydney's Overseas Passenger Terminal is such a favored venue for weddings and events, a bump-out fee is charged for not vacating the premises exactly on time - possibly because a line of waiting brides might be right behind you.|
|In 1877, astronomer Henry Chamberlain Russell put Sydney Observatory on the map by introducing newspaper weather maps. Gesturing in front of a green screen on a local television station, however, came much later.|
|A bloke named Paul Hogan worked as a painter on Harbour Bridge before he found a better job. You might know him by his other name - Crocodile Dundee.|
- - 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.
Quotes by Sam
- "Get set for sunny Sydney!"
- "Say g'day to Sydney!"
- "Welcome to Sydney, mate!"
- Sydney shares its music with Queenstown.
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