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DOS - 1988

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Alt name Rampage!
Year 1988
Platform DOS
Released in United States
Genre Action
Theme Arcade, Fighting, Giant monsters
Publisher Activision, Inc.
Developer Bally Midway Mfg Co.
Perspectives Side view, Fixed / Flip-screen
Dosbox support Supported on 0.58
4.72 / 5 - 36 votes

Description of Rampage

Rampage is a decent PC conversion of Bally/Midway's popular arcade game. This is a side-scrolling action game for up to 3 players, in which you, mutated into a giant monster, have to trash one US city after the other. You can choose to be Ralph the Wolf, George the Big Ape, or Lizzie the Lizard. Playable, but not worth the name of the much superior arcade game.

If you have never played the arcade version, you will find Rampage a fun game that's worth a few sittings, especially if you can find friends to play with. If you have seen the arcade original, though, you'll be sorely disappointed with this release.

Review By HOTUD

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Comments and reviews

The Boz 2022-09-30 0 point Commodore 64 version

I loved Rampage in the arcades, but on this game always eluded me on the C64, I could never find it in any of the shops. I finally played this as abandonware a good few years ago and enjoyed it. The film based on this game is actually offensive and blasphemy to anyone that has played any version of this game, which probably excludes everyone associated with the film.

Johnny-boy 2021-01-21 1 point Commodore 64 version

Another great commodore 64 game. I still possess commodore 64 cassette of the game. I recommed playing this game!

Mr Vampire 2019-02-10 2 points Commodore 64 version

Excellent game. Yet another title I spent many hours playing to procrastinate doing geography assignments.

Reyce 2016-08-10 0 point


Eat people, smash buildings to rubble and annihilate the puny national guard in their tanks and choppers or from skyscraper windows all while competing for the most points. At the very least this cannot be worse than the Godzilla movie. Enjoy the reminder!

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GadZombiE 2015-12-20 2 points

I love this game! But the best version is for arcade machie. Try it in MAME.

Chopper 2014-02-19 2 points DOS version

nevermind, esc key

Chopper 2014-02-19 7 points DOS version

How do you get past the first screen? lol what button is start?

markegiani 2013-04-10 0 point DOS version

Spent dayz and dayz with lots of friends on ZX Spectrum+. This was really a fine game back in the dayz. Everyone should try this one.

Jimmy 2012-01-02 -1 point DOS version

Collector Rob.See Capture Shot #2 for help on the controls of this game.This game does play well, similar to the arcade version back in this time period, and the game that was made for the Atari 2600.

collector rob 2008-06-30 1 point DOS version

i recommend this game to anyone who collects older (pretty good)games. i havent played this one but im sure its not far from the next version, mabe a little slower. but the only problems i have with any games if any is the controlls, like pit fighter, i dont know how to puch or anything lol i can move but havent figured out how to do anything else. anyone know how? write me at

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