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The King of Chicago

The King of Chicago (AMIGA) game cover art
Platform: Amiga
Tags: Adventure
Developer: Cinemaware


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The King of Chicago review

Reviewed November 08, 2009

Sho says: "Prohibition in the Windy City: the good old days of bootleg booze, blazing bullets, and beautiful bitches. Just the sort of place where even a simple "legitimate businessman" such as yourself could one day rise from its blood-soaked gutters and claim his rightful place as the King of Chicago."
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