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Rampage (Commodore 64)

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George, Lizzy and Ralph were just ordinary Americans, until an experiment went wrong, turning them into a Gorilla, Lizard and Werewolf respectively. Following this, the three of them plan to go round destroying buildings, and up to 3 human players can join in.

Smashing at the edges of the buildings for long enough will make them collapse. The police and military are after you, and will shoot at you, so try to destroy them (failing that, you can avoid the bullets). You will need to eat regularly, with things like plants on offer, to avoid shrinking back to being human.


Rampage Commodore 64 Title screen (Europe version)
Rampage Commodore 64 The characters (Europe version)
Rampage Commodore 64 Title screen / menu (US version)
Rampage Commodore 64 Smashing buildings (Europe version)

Alternate Titles

  • "Rampage!" -- TRS-80 CoCo in-game title

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The Press Says

ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) Feb, 1988 887 out of 1000 89
Commodore User Jan, 1988 8 out of 10 80
Power Play Dec, 1987 5.5 out of 10 55
Happy Computer Jan, 1988 55 out of 100 55


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By the same token, the NES version of the game only features George (King Kong) and Lizzie (Godzilla). Ralph didn't make it onto this 8-bit system.

Related Web Sites

  • Game Refuge, Inc. (The venerable creators of such arcade mega-hits as Rampage, Xenophobe, and the more recent Rampage: World Tour (no affiliation with the subsequent sequels Universal Tour and Rampage Through Time).)
Quapil (4745) added Rampage (Commodore 64) on May 26, 2003
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