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How do you drop the bomb in GTA Vice City PC?

How do you drop the bomb in GTA Vice City PC?

To drop a bomb, press the O button (PS2, or the button that you use to attack on the PC version). If you place a bomb unsuccessfully, you can pick it up and try again. Once you have picked up the first bomb, the demolition timer will start. You must then place the remaining bombs in 7 minutes!

How do you beat the RC plane mission in GTA Vice City?

Follow the yellow dot to the Topfun Van, then get inside to trigger the mission. You’ll have to use three small RC planes to bomb the Cuban boats near Starfish Island. To use the RC planes, press X to accelerate, then pull back on the stick to make them gain altitude.

How do you complete the demolition man mission?

In order to complete the mission the player must: Get to the TOPFUN van near the building site to be demolished. Detonation timer initiated! You must plant the 4 bombs in the remaining time!

Which PC is best for GTA Vice City?

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Recommended PC Requirements List. If you wish to play the game at high settings, you need a slightly better rig. You should at least have an Intel Pentium 4 and at least a GeForce 3 or Radeon 8500 video card with 64MB of VRAM.

How can I control RC helicopter in GTA Vice City with laptop?

Fly a Helicopter in Vice City on a PC Then press “W” to rise or lift off into the air. When you are high enough in the air, hold down the number “9” on your keyboard to tilt the helicopter forward. This will move the helicopter lower. Hold this position for a couple of seconds and then let the button go.

What is LMB button?

LMB means click or press the left-mouse button. • MMB means click or press the middle-mouse button. RMB means click or press the right-mouse button.

How can I drive RC plane in GTA Vice City?

To control the seaplane use brake and accelerate to move the plane faster or slower. Use the number 9 key to tilt it forward (nose down) and the 6 key to tilt it backward (nose up) Keep 6 held down while accelerating on the water to take off.