Omerta: City of Gangsters Walkthrough

Table of Contents

Maine Ave (Tutorial)
Absecon Lighthouse
Baltic Ave.
Boardwalk Hall
Garden Pier
Gardner Basin
Georgia Ave.
Illinois Ave.
Iowa Ave.
Kentucky Ave.
Mediterranean Ave.
North Carolina Ave.
Virginia Ave.
Michigan Ave.

Boardwalk Hall
Going Clean

  1. Launder Some Money
    • Objective: Gain $$2,000 Clean Money.
  2. Residential Buildings
    • Objective: Buy 5 residential buildings.
  3. Atlantic City Buyout
    • Objective: Purchase 8 construction lots or constructed buildings.
    • Mission Complete
  4. Federal Investigation
    • Effect: Prohibition agents will start investigations of your operations. You will have to act fast to cover your tracks.
  5. Money Laundering Opportunities
    • Effect: Rabbi Hobsbaum will offer new money laundering jobs from time to time.
  6. The Prohis Are Onto Us!
    • Effect: We will no longer receive Dirty Money from other districts.
  7. Cutting the Chase
    • I am sure we can come to an understanding. Here’s some money. (-$5,000, reset Heat to 0)
    • Thanks for the warning. I can handle this. (Increase Heat to 4)
  8. Endgame
    • Effect: You will no longer be able to use Accountants. Look for other ways and special jobs to acquire Clean Money.
  9. Financial Revision
    • Effect: You will lose any unspent Dirty Money after a day has passed.

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2 Comments on Omerta: City of Gangsters Walkthrough

Charles Farber

On August 6, 2013 at 7:12 am

This walkthrough sucks, it hardly tells you anything, I’m looking for info on how to complete the missions all this guy did was retype the missions up on a list and call it a walkthrough, two thumbs down.


On July 19, 2014 at 2:01 am

What the **** kind of worthless walkthrough is this?
Stephenie Meyer writes better than this.