Abandonware DOS title


Bally Midway Manufacturing Co. developed the DOS action game Rampage in 1988. Rampage is currently abandonware, runs on DOS and can be played in single player, multiplayer (same or split screen) modes. Rampage is a conversion from an arcade coin-op machine. It's available for download.
Rampage screenshot
Rating: 3.89
(19 votes)

What Abandonware DOS thinks:

"As a kid, I remember spending hours at the bar down the road playing at Rampage as Lizzie. Destroying buildings and eating tasty humans was one of my favourite past-times. It's surprising that the coin-op conversion of Rampage for DOS ended up as a nice game. Granted it's not the arcade, Rampage for DOS retains a lot of the appeal of the coin-op."

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Additional info

Facts, trivia and collector's notes are licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. These texts use material from this Wikipedia article.

If a monster takes too much damage, it reverts back into a naked human and starts walking off the screen sideways covering their private parts with their hands. (while in this state, the player can then be eaten by another player.)

If a monster eats a toilet, they immediately go into a choking fit that is quite humorous to watch.

When a civilian is present waving their hands out a window, (signalling for help), if one of the creatures grabs them, that player's points meter begins to rapidly increment. This was the 'undocumented' trick to achieving a record score in the game. The only problem is that each player can hold only one type of person. George can hold women, Lizzie can hold men, and Ralph can hold businessmen.

In terms of points, the point meter only goes up to 9,999,999. After that, the meter resets back to one million.

players: single player, multiplayer (same or split screen)

input: keyboard, joystick

distribution: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk

graphics: CGA, EGA, Tandy

sound: PC speaker

Abandonware DOS popularity: low

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