Chicago 90

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Chicago 90
Chicago 90 title screen
Chicago 90 Title Screen
Developer(s) Microïds
Publisher(s) Microïds
Designer(s) Cedric Cazal, Aurelien Murru
Platform(s) Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Amiga 500/600 (OCS/ECS), IBM PC (DOS)
Release 1989
Genre(s) Action, racing game
Mode(s) Single-player

Chicago 90 is an action/racing game developed by Microïds in 1989 which provides two game modes: one can play both gangsters and policemen with two different goals and strategies. In the "gangsters mode", you simply have to escape the city while avoiding the cops. In the "police mode", you have to control six police cars in order to prevent the gangster from escaping the city and arrest him. Those two modes give some diversity to the game although its expectancy is a little short.[citation needed]


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