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MAME: Rampage (Original Arcade game)

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Rampage is a 1986 arcade game by Bally Midway. Players take control of gigantic monsters trying to survive against onslaughts of military forces. Each round is completed when a particular city is completely reduced to rubble.
Up to three simultaneous players control the monsters George (a King Kong-like gorilla), Lizzy (a Godzilla-like dinosaur/lizard), or Ralph (a giant werewolf), created from mutated humans. They need to raze all buildings in a high-rise city to advance to the next, eating people and destroying helicopters, tanks, taxis, police cars, boats, and trolleys along the way.

Monsters can jump and climb buildings, and punch enemies and buildings. Buildings also take damage when jumped on by a monster.

The player receives damage from enemy bullets, grenades, shells and so forth, and from falls. Damage is recovered by eating appropriate food such as fruit, roast chicken, or soldiers. If a monster takes too much damage, it reverts back into a naked human and starts walking off the screen sideways, covering its genitals with its hands. While in this state, the player can be eaten by another player. If the player continues, the human mutates back into the monster, or flies in on a blimp if off-screen, with a full life bar.

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  1. This game was one of the best games I played as a kid About 27 years ago, man I’m getting old lol

  2. I Knew of this game via midway arcade treasures on the ps2 (Which, coincidentally, is also the first PS2 game i ever owned), me and my lil bro used to play this for hours, this brings memories.

  3. My dad used to take us to visit family, and someone had this game, on an actual arcade machine in the basement and it was the best!!
    I didn't understand any of it, but it was the coolest thing ever and I played that game so often and had so much fun!!

  4. I remember the primal rush of the downwards diagonal punch smash on a building

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  6. This Games Was Also Used From Rampage Total Destruction Which Only As Menu As Minigames On Ps2

  7. I loved this game! They should update it in to a new game but keep it a platform game.

  8. In my memories graphics looks like uncharted 4 graphics

  9. Childhood even though I'm 13 when I first played I was 4 and my cousins would play

  10. IDK why this game was always so awkward to control. It's never straight forward to jump and grab hold of buildings – it should be. I'm pretty sure on the Amstrad 8bit version you could punch the buildings behind you also to save time.

  11. Holy!
    We played this!
    We liked!
    We see the Film jet!
    We liked!
    Great Work! So Funny at all!

  12. I used to play this game in browser, but I can't find it anymore

  13. I remember playing this… and tapper but mostly this one

  14. I used to play this a long time ago as a kid in the arcades.

  15. This was the best game! My friends and I logged so many hours on this game (hundreds of hours) before the internet was invented.

  16. Finally found this game, it was one of my favorite game 10 years ago but I couldn't remember its name

  17. Never knew how to complete a level and avoid bullets and bombs.

  18. This game makes me hard, I always liked two player

  19. I have a big expensive PC gaming, but man i wish i could find where to play these.

  20. My favorite arcade game as a teenager.

  21. The images of human George, lizzie and Ralph before their transformation in the opening is actually:
    Designer Brian colin-George
    Brian's wife Rae-lizzie
    Designer Jeff Nauman-ralph

  22. This is the best one of all. Have it for my original NES. Beats all other additions from N64 to ps4

  23. Loved playing this in the arcades

  24. I played Rampage only one time and my friends and I played like one 4 hour session and was like why is this so easy so we turned it off

  25. can you send me this game on my whatsapp

  26. Played the GBA version as a kid all the time.

  27. I had a ps2 and I loved to play this game

  28. one of the more interesting coin op games ever made.

  29. I played this in the eightees as a kid. I played it again on PS as an adult. I ended up playing all day until I finished the game. I dreamt of wrecking buildings that night. Lol.

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