Lego City: Undercover Walkthrough

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1: New Faces and Old Enemies
  • Chapter 2: Blast From the Past
  • Chapter 3: Go Directly to Jail
  • Chapter 4: When the Going Gets Tough…
  • Chapter 5: Undercover
  • Chapter 6: All in the Family
  • Chapter 7: One Small Job for Chan
  • Chapter 8: The Rescue
  • Chapter 9: Bringing Home the Bacon
  • Chapter 10: Back on the Case
  • Chapter 11: The Proof of the Pudding is in the Meeting
  • Chapter 12: The Con in Constructions
  • Chapter 13: Secrets
  • Chapter 14: Savings and Loans
  • Chapter 15: Far Above the Call of Duty
  • Police Truck at Crabby Cove

    1. Take the call from Frank to receive your next objective and drive towards the marker on your map to arrive at Crabby Cove, then pass through the shield icon in front of the dock to activate a cut scene.
    2. Approach the surrounding thugs one-by-one and use your newly-acquired kung fu skills to defeat them quickly, then execute throwing attacks to safely eliminate the next wave of enemies that arrive and activate a sequence in which you take control of the police RV.
    3. Follow the trail of green studs in the road to start traveling in the direction of Cherry Tree Hills and avoid collision at all cost to maintain the integrity of the RV, then pass by the diner to encounter the next group of enemies and ram into the sides of their vehicles to run them off them off the road.
    4. Maintain a high rate of speed to continue towards Cherry Tree Hills and smash through the enemy barricade on the Golden Gate Bridge, then follow the trail of green studs to reach the shop on the corner and pass through the shield icon out front to activate a cut scene.

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    3 Comments on Lego City: Undercover Walkthrough

    Michael

    On March 18, 2013 at 12:01 pm

    This game needs Coop and multiplayer like the rest of the lego games for me to buy it.

    Wim

    On April 14, 2013 at 11:43 am

    Yes, it needs Coop, but it is so much fun on it’s own, you will mis out when not buying

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    On May 25, 2013 at 4:57 pm

    I’d give it a 10 out of 10 rating