You arrived in Wellington by bus to rebuild the monuments.
After you built all the monuments, you will travel by car to Quito.
- Kiwi bird
- Maori totem
|Build all monuments||x114|
|Intern: Complete all level 1||x1|
|Architect: Complete all level 2|
|Master Builder: Complete all level 3|
|Build 100% of city|
|Built to mimic a large English country house, the Government House serves as the principal residence for New Zealand's Governor General.|
|2||Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa||11-20||220,000||-||-||-|
|The museum holds one of the first fossils ever to be recognized as a dinosaur - a 137-million-year-old Iguanodon tooth.|
|3||Wellington Town Hall||21-30||250,000||-||-||2|
|Known for its excellent acoustics, the building was the venue for the very first music ever recorded for Howard Shore's The Lord of the Rings score.|
|4||City Gallery Wellington||31-40||280,000||-||-||2|
|With no permanent collection of its own, the City Gallery is known for showing the latest and boldest artwork coming out of New Zealand's ever-changing art scene.|
|5||Public Trust Building||41-50||300,000||270,000||-||2|
|Completed in 1908, the Public Trust Building is the only surviving building made of true New Zealand granite.|
|The manor was named after the original owner's home county of Antrim, Northern Ireland. It now serves as the headquarters for Heritage New Zealand.|
|7||Supreme Court of New Zealand||61-70||330,000||310,000||-||2|
|The exterior screen of the building was designed in the shape of abstract pohutukawa and rata trees. In Māori culture, these trees signify the wisdom of community elders.|
|8||Wellington Railway Station||71-80||350,000||320,000||-||2|
|The Railway is New Zealand's busiest terminal, used daily by thousands of commuters and rugby enthusiasts traveling to the nearby Westpac Stadium.|
|9||Wellington Cathedral of St. Paul||81-90||370,000||330,000||300,000||2|
|The Cathedral's foundation stone was laid in 1954 by a young Queen Elizabeth II on her very first visit to New Zealand.|
|Contrary to its name, the only thing buzzing inside the Beehive is government policy! "Beehive" is the popular name for the Executive Wing of the parliamentary complex, given to it because of its unusual shape.|
|11||National Library of New Zealand||101-110||410,000||370,000||320,000||2|
|A portion of the library's selection was donated in 1918 by book collector Alexander Turnbull, who provided over 55,000 books from his personal collection.|
|National rugby team the All Blacks are famed for performing the Haka as a pre-game ritual. The traditional Māori dance is intended to be a rallying cry - not to mention intimidating to opponents!|
This city contains 175 levels, consisting of 120 normal levels, 43 side-levels, and 12 Helping Hand levels.
Helping Hand levels
Special Item Missions
|#||Levels||Special Item||Reward||Character Quote|
|1||1-10||10 fish||60,000||"Kia ora! Welcome to Wellington! Can you help me reel in some fish?"|
|2||11-20||10 tripods||70,000||"Tripods would help me bring this shot into focus!"|
|3||21-30||10 molecular models||60,000||"I'd be in my element with some molecular models! Can you help?"|
|4||31-40||10 bandages||100,000||"Could you help me patch up this kiwi?"|
|5||51-60||10 pieces of chalk||100,000||"Chalk would help my students get on "board" with this lecture! Can you help?"|
|6||61-70||10 dumbbells||100,000||"I can't "weight" to get this workout started! Can you help?"|
|7||71-80||10 bucket hats||100,000||"Can you fish around for some bucket hats?"|
|8||91-100||10 portable printers||100,000||"Portable printers would help things develop! Can you find some?"|
|9||101-110||10 medals||150,000||"Can you help find medals so we can take our victory lap?"|
|10||111-120||10 stethoscopes||100,000||"Can you help get us back into the rhythm of things with some stethoscopes?"|
- Collect 10 purple gummy guys at level 41-50 to build a Resource Mart at level 41.
- Collect 10 purple gummy guys at level 81-90 to build a Resource Mart at level 81.
Quotes by Sam
- "Kia Ora! Welcome to Wellington!"
- "Way to go! You're in Wellington!"
- "Well done! You've made it to Wellington!"
- "Wonderful! You've reached Wellington!"