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DescriptionWith Al Capone out of the picture, Chicago's prohibition-era profit is up for grabs. Are you merciless and cunning enough to gain it by whatever means are required? Every action you take has complex long-term consequences which are not always obvious at the time.
You must keep your people on your side, watching what you say and do, knowing that an overthrow could be hatched at any moment. Look after your woman as well - who's going to respect a single mobster? The money has to be juggled in these ways, not forgetting to reach an 'understanding' with the Mayor to avoid any negative attentions.
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The Press Says
|HonestGamers||Nov 08, 2009||7 out of 10||70|
|Happy Computer||Apr, 1988||31 out of 100||31|
|Power Play||Mar, 1988||3 out of 10||30|
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CuriositiesOne of the manual pages lists the following as a FAQ:
If the sun's on fire, how come there isn't any smoke?
DevelopmentThe King of Chicago was in development for over two years.
GraphicsThe facial expressions in King of Chicago were manipulated by a system originally meant for animating computer actors called Dramaton, created by Doug Sharp.
EboMike (3009) added The King of Chicago (Amiga) on Oct 04, 2002