Bally/Midway must have decided to add some strange gameplay in their games. First, there is a game out there called Tapper, where you must serve beer to thirsty customers; and Logger, where you are hired to chop down trees. Among one of these games is Rampage. What do they do with the gameplay this time?
You play a gorilla called George, a lizard called Lizzie, or a wolf called Ralph. As Bally/Midway creates strange gameplay, what do they make you do this time? Each character turns against humanity and, going on a rampage through a huge load of cities, decides to wreck buildings.
In order to prevent this, the authorities has sent their best men to stay inside the buildings and throw grenades or dynamite at you, but these men have other means of endangering you. Some fly around in helicopters, shooting at you from above and dropping missiles, while some drive tanks and shoot cannonballs at you. Some even go around in police vehicles that have a mounted gun.
There's also items inside the buildings that can heal their health if damaged. These include toast and a plate full of vegetables. Hazards inside include a toaster, lightbulb, neon signs, skeleton, and cactus.
There are also innocent people screaming for help inside the buildings, or running on the street. You may choose to rescue them or eat them. In fact, you get a lot of points if you help a pretty damsel-in-distress. And if you eat a fireman, you inhale and blow out fire so you can burn helicopters.
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|GRAPHICS - 9/10|
|The graphics are very good. However, don't expect this game in 3D, which is
demonstrated in a game called Rampage: Universal Tour for the Nintendo 64.|
|SOUND - 1/10|
|No music in the game, except for the fact that the music plays when you start
on Day 1, otherwise I'll give it 0 points. The sound effects are there though and
this suit the action you're performed like swallowing food.|
|PLAYABILITY - 9/10|
|Strange gameplay. as one of the three gorillas, you must wreck buildings in
order to advance a level. There are 768 stages to complete, and once you
complete them, you'll start at stage one again.|
|OVERALL - 9/10|
|Very good gameplay, graphics, and sound effects. If you like wrecking and
killing things, particularly in games, then grab yourself a copy of Rampage.
You'll be glad you did.|