Grand Theft Auto III Cheats

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Developer: Rockstar Games
Category: Games
Price: $4.99 (Download for free)
Version: 1.5
ID: com.rockstargames.gta3ios

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Description

The sprawling crime epic that changed open-world games forever.

Welcome to Liberty City. Where it all began.

Rockstar Games celebrates the 10th anniversary of one of the most influential games of all time. The critically acclaimed blockbuster Grand Theft Auto III comes to mobile devices, bringing to life the dark and seedy underworld of Liberty City. With a massive and diverse open world, a wild cast of characters from every walk of life and the freedom to explore at will, Grand Theft Auto III puts the dark, intriguing and ruthless world of crime at your fingertips.

With stellar voice acting, a darkly comic storyline, a stunning soundtrack and revolutionary open-world gameplay, Grand Theft Auto III is the game that defined the open world genre for a generation.

Features:
• Visually stunning updated graphics, character and vehicle models
• HD quality resolution
• Gameplay optimized for touch screen devices
• Custom controls for the mobile platform
• Countless hours of gameplay

Languages Supported: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish and Japanese.

Universal App:
Grand Theft Auto III is supported on iPhone 4, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 4, iPod Touch 5, iPad 1, iPad 2, iPad 3rd Generation, iPad 4th Generation, and iPad Mini.

For optimal performance, we recommend re-booting your device after downloading and closing other applications when playing Grand Theft Auto III: 10 Year Anniversary Edition.

Port developed by War Drum Studios
http://www.wardrumstudios.com

Version history

1.5
2019-06-04
Full screen support on iPhone X / XS and iPad Pro.
General bug fixes and improvements.
1.3.5
2015-09-21
64-Bit Support.
1.3.4
2015-04-07
iPad 1 compatibility fix.
1.3.3
2015-03-21
V1.3.3

- Added native resolution support for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

- Physical controller support for all Made for iOS controllers.

- Assorted bug fixes.
1.3.2
2013-06-17
Various stability and bug fixes.
1.3.1
2013-05-31
iPhone 5 widescreen support

iCloud save game support for seamless progression across all your iOS devices.

Custom playlist support*

Various stability and bug fixes.

*To create a custom playlist, create a playlist in iTunes titled “GTA3”

**We are aware of an issue where some iPad users are loading the game after the update and their controls are offset. We are working on a fix, but for the time being, this can be worked around by going to the Options Menu, selecting Controls, then selecting "adjust on foot controls" or "adjust driving controls". We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause**
1.30
2013-05-29
iPhone 5 widescreen support

iCloud save game support for seamless progression across all your iOS devices.

Custom playlist support*

Various stability and bug fixes.

*To create a custom playlist, create a playlist in iTunes titled “GTA3”
1.0.1
2012-02-29
Improved stability, particularly for the iPhone 4 and iPad 1.

Various bug fixes.
1.0
2011-12-13

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Ratings

4.5 out of 5
9 303 Ratings

Reviews

CDizzness,
Classic
There once was an awesome review I spent probably 30 mins typing. Then I hit cancel instead of send. *palm to the forehead* ...almost drops phone and swipes on screen nearly deleting this.. #epicfail This game is a classic piece of moving art. If you don't like it, Don't play it. If you only game on your phone and this is your first time, don't download; You're not worthy.

Pros: Enhanced graphics.

from original PS2 and PC versions. (Lighting slightly off on mobile version)

Smooth frame rate.

I originally played this on my iPod 4th gen with Retina display 32 gb and was greatly impressed by how smooth the game ran. (Of course, once support of devices with iOS 6.0 stopped, the game became choppier) it runs like a charm on my iPhone SE as of now.

Thrilling Storyline.

I'm sure you've played this before, if you haven't. Don't download it, remember??? You're not worthy!! (Haha)

Easy Controls.

Sure it may be slightly complex at times. ("Look at me contradicting the title of this next segment!" 😅) What do you expect? Your fingers are covering up most of the screen...be thankful we live in a time that you can play, what was once a home console video game, on your cell phone!! (Greedy chumps)

To sum it all up. 5 stars, great game. If you want to hi jack cars on your phone without going to jail. This games for you!!
Bombthemoon1234,
Great Way to play on M1 (with controller)
Of course GTA III is a classic game, so I won't waste time on the quality anymore than to say: this is the game that all of the later GTA games are built on, you can get lost messing around for hours, or play the engaging story mode.

On my MacBook Air M1 the experience is seamless. Paring a dualshock 4 takes seconds, and just works as soon as you launch the game. The default contol scheme is fine, but you cannot change it. I wish you could change the button mapping, but it works and is more than adequate to enjoy the game. The game looks great on the MacBook Air's gorgeous screen and I am sure it looks even better on the new MacBook Pros. It runs without any hiccups, and is an awesome way to bring GTA III with you places. One final minor gripe is that apple music opens everytime the game launches. It's cool that you can play your own music (I think I have admittely not tried it), but it is annoying because if you want to use the in game music, you have to close apple music every launch.

Overall with a dualshock 4 (or another bluetooth enabled controller), the experience is pretty seamless and you can get up and running and playing this classic game in minutes.
kickflip123,
Pretty nice port of a revolutionary game
My only complaints are that once I got to the third island, my game would constantly freeze for a few seconds, and it ruined my immersion a lot. It got worse the longer you played the game. I’m currently on an iPad Air 2 running the latest iOS as of writing this review. There’s also a few texture bugs where sometimes things would turn into weird gray squares, but they're nothing game breaking. Gun controls could be better as well, but they’re enjoyable for the most part. The game gets a bit repetitive the more you play it too. But besides all that, it’s a solid and fun game. Interesting story and characters, nice soundtrack (although there’s only 4-5 songs per station), decent graphics for a mobile game, fun gameplay, and plenty of things to do besides missions. Be warned, though. The game has definitely showed it’s age. Overall a solid purchase and I’m happy. I just finished the main story and got everything I wanted to do done. Go ahead and buy it! I think it’s worth it.
DhdjehsjsbstaihsydosnG,
Really, really fun game
I’m not the best at video games but I was still able to get through this game pretty well. The story doesn’t really throw you for a loop but it’s still entertaining to follow. The missions aren’t super hard but not too easy either. The final mission I had a hard time getting through, but rightfully so. In my opinion they’re near perfect difficulty wise, at least for someone who doesn’t play video games very much. Every once in a while it gets a bit laggy but clearing other apps and restarting the device usually fixes it right up. Once finishing the game, all the cars, boats, weapons and the fun to fly dodo plane, keep the game entertaining. I recently finished the game but have still found myself coming back to drive around or start a police chase in a tank. Amazing game, highly recommend!
Mancini000000004,
Buggy
This game is good, but like other users have noted, once you reach the second island, the game becomes extremely laggy. The maps don’t load properly, and what gets me frustrated the most, is how the car you’re driving always pulls to the right. Aiming controls aren’t good, and it’s hard to pan the camera around corners which consistently gets me killed in some missions. Currently, I’m on the mission ‘Decoy’ with Donald Love. The objective is to divert the cops attention for about two and a half minutes in an armored truck. Around the 30 second mark on the timer, the game freezes and restarts itself. I have tried to complete the mission about ten times now and the same thing happens every time. This has kept me from progressing in the game. I’ve tried everything to remedy this and nothing has worked. What a bummer since I literally bought every GTA game on iOS. I’m playing on a new 10.5 iPad Pro. There should be no excuse for this. Please fix this!!!
Rjiddy,
Pure Nostalgia! Love playing this game
Man what I can I say about this game, brings back good memories. GTA III is the first game I had with my PS2 back in the day. Still enjoying playing it in this mobile format. Game play is good, overall it’s easy to play, control functions are okay and needs some getting used to, camera angles on some cut scenes as well as in-gameplay can be a bit off and cut off sections of the characters. I still give this game 5 stars because it’s still pretty original and not much different then what I remember playing all those years ago. If you loved the game growing up, buy this one you won’t regret it. I bought the bundle so I’ll be spending lots of time in the GTA world 😃.
ChristianScutt,
Worth it.
This game is a classic and is totally worth the purchase. No other installment has been able to replicate the feeling of GTA 3. The soundtrack is incredible, the visuals are dark and stunning, and the voice acting is top notch with performances by Frank Vincent , Goodfellas (1990), Joe Pantoliano, The Matrix (1999), and Michael Madsen, Reservoir Dogs (1992). For a title released in 2001 that set the standard for future 3rd person gameplay, the amount of attention paid to narrative structure is just as impressive. The controls can be a bit cumbersome at times but what else can you expect on a touch device. Playing this game after swearing by San Andreas as the best pre GTA 4 installment for years, I have to say that GTA 3 will still give San Andreas a run for its money any day.
Cityman227,
Liberty City
I remember the day my dad and I went to Babbages and bought a copy of Grand Theft Auto III on PS2. It was a very memorable experience. Liberty City became this perfect place for a corrupt individual to reside in. The sights and sounds filled everything with life.
The mobile port is perfect for someone like me who has to share their TV with the rest of the family. It's great that Rockstar puts their classic collection on mobile phones.
I've always tried to reason with people who questioned why I played GTA. And it's because I've always had a wonderful time playing this series. Rockstar puts a lot of hard work and detail in their games. I'll always remember this series and the games that came after it.
brianlovesmusic85,
Almost perfect
So I have been playing the game for 3 hours on and off and I noticed a couple of things you can't do. You can't do drive-by shooting and you can't aim wherever you want when shooting people. It was kind of a let down even though those are minor flaws. I'd love to see a update in the future where these two things might be addressed. Other than that, the game is amazing. Oh and it'd be neat if there was a way to enter codes to access all weapons, armor and to be able to drive the tank.

Update: if you could make this game full screen and fix the bugs that are making it freeze up that would be great. I noticed GTA Vice City got an update and it looks way better in full screen for iPhone XS Max
AwesomeStevePants,
Amazing game but a few glitches
I loved this on ps2 and have finished the game probably 10 times now since it's release so I love that I can take it with me and play it anywhere. It is on a phone so it's far more difficult to do anything but that's as expected. Truly appreciate the free floating controls for steering and movement though (makes moving a dream as opposed to stuck controls that u might miss pressing on the screen which happens a lot). The only issue so far is that when I am driving with the analog controls the vehicle pulls to the right consistently, forcing tiny corrections the whole time. It effects slides and cars that are actually fast more. If you guys could fix that on Saaaaturday that'd b greeeeaaaat okay?