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Name:Gangstar: Miami Vindication
Release date:September 23, 2010 (iPhone version)

November 4, 2010 (HD version)
September 15, 2011 (Mac Version)

Button-operated phones
Touchscreen Java phones
Genre:Action-adventure (primarily third-person graphical perspective)
Protagonist:Johnny Gainesville
Preceded by:Gangstar: Samurai
Followed by:Gangstar Rio: City of Saints

Gangstar: Miami Vindication is an open-world action-adventure video game published by Gameloft and developed by at least one of its subsidiaries; it is the 5th game in the Gangstar series and was released for Android and iOS on September 23, 2010 at a price of $6.99. The HD version of the game was designed for iPads and released on November 4, 2010, it was also priced at $6.99. A Mac version was released on September 15, 2011. It is unknown what the price of the Android version was. Versions for button-operated phones were released also released in 2010, along with a much lower-end variant for touchscreen Java phones.

  • 2Gameplay
    • 2.3Controls
      • 2.3.12D version
      • 2.3.2Three-dimensional (3D) version
  • 3Plot
  • 4Vehicles
  • 6Radio

Publisher's summary

'Johnny Gainesville, a redneck drug lieutenant and crooked prison guard from the Florida Panhandle in Starke, must rescue his little brother – Joey Gainesville, age 15 – from a street gang of sadistic kidnappers. The kidnappers have taken Joey because of the way Johnny has treated their gang members at the Raiford State Prison. Johnny’s criminal bosses say they will help him get Joey back, but only if he does a series of jobs for them along the way. Will the Miami battles to rescue Joey allow Johnny to take over enough territory to declare himself the King of Miami? It's up to you, but get ready for unexpected developments as you connect with relatives and help out other gangs.'


Two-dimensional (2D) version

The game is presented from a top-down perspective with the player being able to traverse the map both on foot and via various vehicles. The storyline is progressed through by completing dozens of main story missions along with optional side-missions involving street races and assassinations. Numerous weapons such as handguns, shotguns, and grenades can be used to damage non-player characters including the police and in-mission enemies. The police force attempts to arrest the player if they are seen committing crimes such as attacking pedestrians and stealing occupied vehicles; the level of force they use is represented by a line of stars on the HUD; the more that are lighted, the more cops will be around (the mini-map shows their positions using flashing blue-and-red dots). At 4 or 5 stars cops will attempt to kill the player instead. The wanted level can be lowered by staying out of cops' line of sight or bribing them (after the option is unlocked). More areas are unlocked as the storyline progresses.

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2D version

On foot
  • D-pad, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9: Move around
  • D-pad OK, 5: Punch / fire weapon
  • *: Throw grenade
  • #: Cycle through available weapons
  • 0: Enter / get on nearest vehicle

There are two control schemes for driving/piloting vehicles:

  • Relative
    • D-pad up, 2: Accelerate
    • D-pad down, 8: Decelerate/reverse
    • D-pad left, 4, D-pad ight, 6: Steer
  • Absolute
    • The directional button and 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9 correspond to the the eight directions the player can move; the button corresponding to the front of the vehicle accelerates, while the opposite one decelerates and reverses, while the rest of the buttons steer
  • D-pad OK, 5: Shoot (only the SMG is available)
  • *: Throw grenade below (helicopter)
  • #: Cycle through radio stations and muting
  • 0: Exit / get off vehicle
  • Left soft key: Pause game
  • Right soft key: Cycle through the categories of locations shown on the mini-map (missions, shops, and heliports)

Three-dimensional (3D) version

The controls are a lot less stiffer than Gangstar: West Coast Hustle.

On foot

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Two-dimensional (2D) version

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The story starts in a cargo ship in Miami Bay. Johnny Gainsville steals a package from a gang's ship; he encounters guards on the way out and after eliminating them flees the ship on a jet ski. The storyline flashes back to a few days before the robbery; Johnny arrives in downtown Miami, and gets a mysterious phone call from the man behind the kidnapping of the former's brother Joey, 'welcoming' Johnny to Miami. Johnny finds a car and gets a call from Betty, Roscoe's subordinate. After arriving at Betty's apartment, Johnny reluctantly does multiple tasks to meet Roscoe. After a few tasks, Johnny grows impatient and asks Betty to meet Roscoe, which he does in a park. Johnny does Roscoe multiple favors including rescuing Roscoe's associate, stealing a hearse, stealing a jet ski, and going to Miami Beach and killing El Chupacabra gang members.

After multiple tasks, Roscoe introduces Johnny to Albert, a car-lover who offers to help him find Joey's kidnapper if Johnny beats him in a car race. Roscoe finally finds some information suggesting that Victor Vega is connected to the kidnapping. Johnny photographs Vega and his gang members, gets detected and escapes after eliminating attackers. After that, Johnny climbs the roof of a warehouse to eavesdrop on Vega's meeting with corrupt police officer Roberto Bolano, discussing Vega's deal with Herman Kaye. Johnny then again escapes, when Vega’s suspicion arises, and gets a phone call from Betty, who tells him that Roscoe is having a heart attack and needs a doctor. Johnny hurries to Miami Bay via jet ski. Upon reaching the entrance of the hospital, Johnny is attacked by 3 gang members, who recognize him from the jet ski theft. He kills them and takes the doctor by helicopter to Miami Beach to cure Roscoe.

Roscoe, cured, offers a job to Johnny to deliver a burning wagon to a weapons shop. Johnny then is tasked by Betty to assassinate Bolano. However, during the assassination, 3 cops spot Johnny and chase him, but he escapes. Betty then tells that she has a debt to her ex-boyfriend and sends Johnny to retrieve the money. However, after reaching Betty’s apartment, Johnny finds that cops have surrounded the place and escapes them. Johnny finds Lorca, a detective who recognizes Johnny as Bolano's killer. Johnny tries to convince him that it was 'Todd' but Lorca denies it. Johnny, enraged, drives recklessly with Lorca inside and beats him. Finally defeated, Lorca promises to tell the police it was Todd. Johnny then meets Herman Kaye, a musician who knows Vega, undercover as Burt to become Kaye's bouncer. He receives some information from Kaye about his rivalry with Vega, then meets Moishe to bomb Vega's helicopter, after which he steals the package for Kaye.

Three-dimensional (3D) version

Johnny Gainesville has been searching for his brother for months and still has no clue about where he is. Clive Klick, Johnny's boss, said that he should go to Miami to find his brother. Also, Clive told Johnny that he had an associate, Roscoe, who would be able to help him. First, Johnny would have to meet Roscoe's subordinate Betty, who would bring him to Roscoe. As Johnny heads for Miami as Clive told him, he drives in the countryside trying to find a nearby gas station where he meets Albert, a car lover and garage worker who thinks that old rusty D340 trucks are beautiful. Just when Johnny walks inside, a car (driven by gangsters) pulls up nearby and throws a grenade at Johnny's car, which then explodes. Johnny steals Albert's car and rushes to Betty.

Johnny later meets Roscoe, who claims Victor Vega, a Hispanic drug cartel boss, is most likley the one behind Joey's kidnapping, but later, Johnny realizes he was on a false lead. Johnny then works for Miami's most powerful gang leader, Herman Kaye, in return for some information on his brother. Kaye claims another gang leader, Monique Jones, is behind the kidnapping. Johnny and Betty investigate further and find Reginald, who tells Johnny where his brother is after hearing about it. Johnny and Betty find Joey and find clues about his kidnappers. L.C. from Gangstar 2: Kings of L.A. and Gangstar: West Coast Hustle arrives after receiving a phone call from Johnny and helps the three escape. They have successfully rescued Joey but now Johnny and his small gang face the most powerful gangs in Miami.

Later, Johnny finds out that Clive Klick was behind Joey's kidnapping. Klick sent Johnny to Miami to make Johnny get rid of all the powerful mob bosses so that Clive could take control of Miami and kill Johnny when he is no longer needed. Johnny and L.C. find out where Clive is hiding and chase him to the airport, where Johnny kills his former boss.

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After all these events, Johnny settles down in Miami and plans to marry Betty. L.C. goes back to Los Angeles to go back to his business. Joey also leaves for L.A., where he will attend boarding school. Johnny and Betty finally leave their criminal past behind.


Two-dimensional (2D) version

  • Rocket- Chevrolet Caprice
  • Taxi- Chevrolet Caprice
  • Police car- Chevrolet Caprice
  • Climber- Chevrolet Suburban
  • Ambulance- Chevrolet Suburban
  • Big Muscle
  • Pickup
  • FGT 2010- Ferrari F430
  • Kamikazi
  • Patriot Deluxe
  • Quad
  • Helicopter

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Three-dimensional (3D) version


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App icon
Variant of app icon
Variant of app icon
App icon of HD version
Game art for Johnny Gainesville
The in-game map (3D version)


2D version

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  • Just like West Coast Hustle, this game used to be rated 12 before Apple changed its rating to 17+.
  • Miami Vindication was priced at 5.99€ ($7.16) for European versions.
  • In 2012, a spin-off of this game's 3D version, titled Urban Crime, was released.
  • This game features L.C., a character that appeared in Gangstar 2: Kings of L.A. and Gangstar: West Coast Hustle. His appearance ties Kings of L.A. and West Coast Hustle and this game to the same universe.
  • The cinematic trailer for West Coast Hustle is in the game files of the regular and HD versions, although the trailer isn't used in the actual game.
  • This game uses an italicized version of the font Gunplay. The filename of the font weirdly says the font is Latin, despite being English.
  • The music used in the trailer of the 3D version of Miami Vindication is The Qemists - Stombox.
  • The script of the game was written in collaboration with a scriptwriter from the American show The Wire.

External links

  • The game's page on Gameloft's website
  • IGN's review of Gangstar: Miami Vindication
  • Gangstar: Miami Vindication (2D Version) Trailer on YouTube
  • Gangstar: Miami Vindication (3D Version) Announcement Trailer on YouTube
  • Gangstar: Miami Vindication (3D Version) Trailer on YouTube
  • Gangstar: Miami Vindication Trailer on YouTube
  • Gangstar: Miami Vindication on the App Store (archived; not downloadable)
  • Gangstar: Miami Vindication HD on the App Store (archived; not downloadable)
  • Gangstar: Miami Vindication for MacOS X on the App Store (archived; not downloadable)
  • Gangstar: Miami Vindication on the Spanish App Store (unofficial; links back to the App Store download link)
  • Gangstar: Miami Vindication HD on the Spanish App Store (unofficial; links back to the App Store download link)
  • Gangstar: Miami Vindication and Gangstar: Miami Vindication HD on the Internet Archive (downloadable)
  • Another version of Gangstar: Miami Vindication on the Internet Archive (downloadable)