Also known as: Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven
This game has a prerelease article
Add more pictures for the secret cars, create section for beta characters and unused Racing Mod. Also make page suck less.
Mafia (full name Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven) follows the tale of taxi driver Tommy Angelo in the 1930s as he was forced to take an offer he couldn't refuse.
In Creme de la Creme, there's a hidden unused cutscene in the game files. During this cutscene, instead of going to countryside, Tommy will follow Morello to his house in Oak Hill and then get killed by his gangsters.
While console versions have a racing mode, this Windows version had its racing mode dummied out. It is possible to unlock it by renaming the file mainmenurac.mnu to mainmenu.mnu. These mnu files are in the tables/menu folder after extracting from the file a8.dta, and works only in version 1.1 and later. However, it's still accessible in 1.0, but it's harder to access it (by hex editing files or memory editing). The Racing menu in version 1.0 had Multiplayer inside, which was fully working and playable. Multiplayer is disabled by default, but can be accessed only in version 1.0 by modifying game files or through memory editing. This was removed completely in later versions of the game.
I will add the memory address for multiplayer menu later. Also, it would be good to make discussion group on discord or something, because i know a lot of mafia related content, but i suck at wiki code and my English is not that good. Add me on Discord Cukier#6193 .
Hidden and Unused Cars
Hidden in the game files are some unused cars. Many of them display wrong shadow (using the racing car's one instead) and are a bit glitchy.
There's also many truck models unused in game files.
These vehicles are intended to be used during FMVs
There are also some alpha cars, which have some extra features:
- They can be driven only if you replace them. You cannot enter them without this method.
- They have different reflections (similar to those seen in pre-release screenshots of the game).
- You need to change gears manually, even if gearbox is automatic.
- Tommy is placed in the middle.
- Some models are slightly bigger than the final ones.
"provoz" means "traffic" in Czech.
Swapping an undrivable vehicle with traffic models, you can find the reason why it is not possible to drive them. The wheels are not aligned and attached with the car. When the driver steers, the wheels assembly "steers" away from the car model. Also, the rear wheels can move, but those are stuck in the ground.
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