Miami Vice (Commodore 64)

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In this spin-off from a popular TV cop show of the 1980s, Crockett and Tubbs are trying to smash a drugs ring bossed by Mr. J. You have to start at the bottom, initially busting the casual dealers before reaching their suppliers, and ultimately the casino-dwelling honchos.

This is done through a combination of driving and shooting, through an overhead rendition of Miami. When crooks are stopped they will often provide valuable information, although sometimes they can only be stopped by shooting them.

When you learn of a meeting, you can enter it on foot, either to gain evidence or make an arrest - but remember that a joint full of crooks will not simply allow you to do your civic duty. This is all done against a time limit, with a one-minute penalty for crashing the car.


Miami Vice Commodore 64 Game start
Miami Vice Commodore 64 Hit a car, one minute lost
Miami Vice Commodore 64 Into a new road
Miami Vice Commodore 64 Loading screen

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ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Sep, 1986 6.25 out of 10 62
Computer Gamer Oct, 1986 12 out of 20 60
Happy Computer Nov, 1986 38 out of 100 38
Zzap! Oct, 1986 30 out of 100 30


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Cover Artwork

Like in many Ocean games at the time, Bob Wakelin was assigned to create a painted cover artwork. It was finished and ads, posters and inlays were printed, when then agent of actor Don Johnson contacted Ocean and informed them that they cannot use this cover. The game boxes were released with a photograph then. The painted artwork can be found on ExoticA Wiki

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  • Miami Vice Chronicles (Miami Vice Chronicles has Episode guide, Music guide, Audio and Video library plus many more cool stuff about Miami Vice series.)
Picard (31013) added Miami Vice (Commodore 64) on Dec 12, 2007
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