Grand Theft Auto: London 1969
|Grand Theft Auto: London 1969|
Start a new game with any character, but change the character's name to ROMMEL. A set of debug commands will be available in the game.
If you quit the game, this debug mode will not work when you play the game again. You have to delete the player's name and enter it again to reactivate it.
Describe the possible debug keys. (Not tested if they are the same as in GTA1)
Alternate Graphics Set
Like the original game, London 1969 has two graphic sets and was developed for both, Windows and DOS.
Add a screenshot for the Low-Color-version
Also like the original, there is reference to a "Petrol Bomb". It has a graphic as well as an entry in enguk.txt.
Add sprite of the petrol bomb and other unused graphics
Internal Project Name
The EXE file for Windows (not the DOS versions) contain following strings as part of unstripped debug data.
Although the second game and this were being developed at about the same time, this suggests either the team developing London probably planned to call the game GTA2, or GTA2 was an internal code name.
The Grand Theft Auto series
|Windows||Grand Theft Auto • London 1969 • Grand Theft Auto 2|
|PlayStation||Grand Theft Auto|
|Game Boy Color||Grand Theft Auto 2|
|Dreamcast||Grand Theft Auto 2|
|Windows||Grand Theft Auto III (Definitive Edition) • Vice City (Definitive Edition) • San Andreas (Definitive Edition)|
|PlayStation 2||Grand Theft Auto III • Vice City • San Andreas • Liberty City Stories • Vice City Stories|
|Xbox||Grand Theft Auto III • Vice City • San Andreas|
|Game Boy Advance||Grand Theft Auto Advance (Prototype)|
|PlayStation Portable||Liberty City Stories • Vice City Stories|
|Android, iOS||Grand Theft Auto III • Vice City • San Andreas • Liberty City Stories|
|PlayStation Portable||Chinatown Wars|
|Windows||Grand Theft Auto IV • Grand Theft Auto V|
|PlayStation 3, Xbox 360||Grand Theft Auto IV • Grand Theft Auto V|