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Chicago 90
Publisher: Microids     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1989

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small ST picture raytraced by Rich Davey 2001

jolidragon wrote ...2006-04-16 18:21:05
i remember playing this game when i was a little child, i ear again the "so good" intro music.
David Vaughan wrote ...2003-01-09 18:59:31
I remember playing Chicago 90 very much back in 1990. I practiced so much and got to the point where I needed to get being the gangster. Another thing I used to do that would make me laugh so much was drive into the pile of cans. That caused a fire and I would end my game right away. I did that for kicks. When I think about it, it makes me want to play this game and do it a few times. Playing this game kind of gives me a feeling of Grand Theft Auto III but except, there's no way to get out of the car. You just keep on driving and pressing the fire button makes you shoot. Sometimes the game gets a little tricky where if you crash into a car, you might have a hard time trying to figure out how to switch from "drive" to "reverse". My brother used to play this game a lot too and he did very well at it. Chicago 90 can be found on Automation compact disk 163, Lemmings compact disk 33 and Zuul compact disk 32B.
BigVince wrote ...2001-11-14 11:37:04
That was a great game of dog & cat. There was a city in which you had a car, and you had to reach some points, avoiding police cars, with a "3d" view. Maybe the very first ancester of the games like GTA3... :)