Omerta: City of Gangsters Walkthrough

Table of Contents

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

Garden Pier
The House Always Wins

  1. Taking Over the Numbers Game
    • Objective: Discover the micks’ hideout near Garden Pier.
  2. The Micks
    • Objective: Complete the combat mission near Garden Pier.
    • Click on the Rival Gang Hideout building (with the eye sign above it) and Attack.
  3. Combat Encounter: Take Over the Numbers Game
  4. The Arena
    • Objective: Establish a Boxing Arena (Joint).
    • Triggers the Wager on the Fight exclamation mark. Clicking on it will start a boxing ring combat encounter, where you may select one of your gang members for a boxing match, and allow you to bet on the outcome.
    • Wait until Jan Koloff is available for hire, and use him for these matches.
  5. Numbering the Numbers
    • How much do we pay our winners, boss?
  6. A Gambling Heaven
    • Objective: Construct a new Casino, or purchase an existing one.
    • Click on a sign with a windowed-building and purchase the plot, then Build a Casino.
    • Click on a Casino (marked with the playing cards sign) and use the Gamble action. Once it has a Warm relation with you, and you have the funds, buy it.
  7. The Colossus
    • Effect: Jan Koloff is available for hire.
  8. Taking Over Garden Pier
    • Objective: All Casinos in the district should be owned by you.
    • Mission complete.

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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.

Hojo

On July 19, 2014 at 2:01 am

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