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The first ''Rampage'' was ported to almost every Atari console out there from the Atari 2600 to the Atari Lynx, as well as the Commodore 64, MS-DOS/IBM PC, ZX Spectrum, NES, and Sega Master System. It should be noted that the NES, Sega Master System and Atari Lynx versions actually end instead of going through a cycle. The NES version only supported to characters, omitting Ralph, while the Lynx version kepted all three while also adding a fourth character, Larry the rat. ''Rampage'' has since been included on various classic compilations game sets such as 2003's Midway Arcade Treasures. This game along with ''Rampage: World Tour'' are also available as a bonus feature in ''Rampage: Total Destruction''. In 2000, Creator/WilliamsElectronics had ''Rampage'' as well as other Williams games licensed to Shockwave to test out there online gaming platform ''Shockwave Arcade Collection''. The game is also available for the iOS through the Midway arcade app.
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The first ''Rampage'' was ported to almost every Atari console out there from the Atari 2600 to the Atari Lynx, as well as the Commodore 64, MS-DOS/IBM PC, ZX Spectrum, NES, and Sega Master System. It should be noted that the NES, Sega Master System and Atari Lynx versions actually end instead of going through a cycle. The NES version only supported to two characters, omitting Ralph, while the Lynx version kepted kept all three while also adding a fourth character, Larry the rat. ''Rampage'' has since been included on various classic compilations game sets such as 2003's Midway Arcade Treasures. This game along with and ''Rampage: World Tour'' are also available as a bonus feature in ''Rampage: Total Destruction''. In 2000, Creator/WilliamsElectronics had ''Rampage'' as well as other Williams games licensed to Shockwave to test out there their online gaming platform ''Shockwave Arcade Collection''. The game is also available for the iOS through the Midway arcade app.
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In 2011, a film adaptation from NewLineCinema was announced, originally said to be directed by John Rickard. The film was originally in DevelopmentHell, but in June 2015 DwayneJohnson was announced to star, with the director still to be chosen. The film is expecting a 2016 release.
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In 2011, a film adaptation from NewLineCinema was announced, originally said to be directed by John Rickard. The film was originally in DevelopmentHell, but in June 2015 DwayneJohnson was announced to star, with the director still to be chosen. Beau Flynn, who previously worked with Dwayne on ''Film/SanAndreas'' will produce the film. The film is expecting a 2016 2017 release.
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* {{Bowdlerize}}: Some of the console ports, such as the Nintendo 64 port of ''Universal Tour'' censor the nudity when your monsters returns to human form by giving them underwear.
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* {{Bowdlerize}}: Some of the console ports, such as the Nintendo 64 port of ''Universal Tour'' games in the series censor the nudity when your monsters returns to human form by giving them underwear.

** From the same game, some levels have what look like [[MaleFrontalNudity flashers]] in trench coats, seen flashing next to beautiful looking women.
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** From the same game, some levels will have what look looks like [[MaleFrontalNudity flashers]] in trench coats, seen flashing next to beautiful looking women.

* {{Gorn}}: ''World Tour'' is the only game in the series with any level of gore in it, though its relatively tame. People will splat into a flesh colored mess of skeleton and guts when jumped on or kicked, small blood splattered happens when the monsters are shot at, and the death of SCUM Labs CEO Eustace DeMonic at the end of the game is a bit gruesome. Regardless, the game keeps the tone relatively cartoony.
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* {{Gorn}}: ''World Tour'' is the only game in the series with any level has a little bit of gore in it, this, though its relatively tame. People will splat into a flesh colored mess of skeleton and guts when jumped on or kicked, small blood splattered happens when the monsters are shot at, and the kicked. The death of SCUM Labs CEO Eustace DeMonic at the end of the game is a bit gruesome. Regardless, the game keeps the tone relatively cartoony.gruesome as well.

* {{Kaiju}}
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* {{Kaiju}}{{Kaiju}}: An American example.

* {{Mutants}}: According to the storyline this what the monsters are. In the first three games, they were the result of failed Scum Labs experiments, and in the final game, the monsters were all part of a test group for Scum Soda.
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* {{Mutants}}: According to the storyline storyline, this is what the monsters are. In the first three games, they were the result of failed Scum Labs experiments, and in the final game, the monsters were all part of a test group for Scum Soda.

* {{Mutants}}: According to the storyline this what the monsters are. In the first three games, they were the result of failed Scum Labs experiments, and TheTokyoFireball: Every game in the final game, series has you destroying pretty much every major city on Earth, and yet they are all rebuilt by the monsters were all part of a test group next game for Scum Soda.you to destroy once more. the intro of ''Universal Tour'' briefly covers this.

* VillainProtagonist: Most games have the protagonists merely as giant monsters out to destroy everything.
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* VillainProtagonist: Most All of the games have the protagonists merely as giant monsters out to destroy everything.everything, with no regard for anyone but themselves.

* WorldTour: The monster destroy various cities. One game is even ''named'' with the trope!
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* WorldTour: The Pretty much the point of each game is that the monster destroy various cities. One go from city to city all over the world destroying everything in sight. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The second game is even ''named'' with the trope!named after this.]]
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* {{Gorn}}: ''World Tour'' is the only game in the series with any level of gore in it, though its relatively tame. People will splat into a flesh colored mess of skeleton and guts when jumped on or kicked, small blood splattered happens when the monsters are shot at, and the death of SCUM Labs CEO Eustace DeMonic at the end of the game is a bit gruesome. Regardless, the game keeps the tone relatively cartoony.
13th Aug '15 8:16:51 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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''Rampage'' is a series of American {{Kaiju}} video games, starting with the 1986 arcade game by [[MidwayGames Midway Games]]. The games put you in the shoes of a giant monster, where you are tasked in each level to destroy buildings, eat people, fight the military and generally wreck havoc wherever go.
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''Rampage'' is a series of American {{Kaiju}} video games, starting with the 1986 arcade game by [[MidwayGames Midway Games]]. The games put you in the shoes of a giant monster, where you are tasked in each level to destroy buildings, eat people, fight the military and generally wreck havoc wherever you go.

About [[SequelGap a decade later]] after the first game, a sequel was released entitled ''Rampage: World Tour'', which incorporated more moves and power-ups, [[DenserAndWackier a more cartoony art style]] and plenty more cities and locations to destroy. It was followed by console-exclusive games including ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'', ''Rampage Through Time'', and ''Rampage Puzzle Attack'', all sharing ''World Tour's'' style of gameplay and design. The most recent game in the series, which brings the series into three dimensions is ''Rampage: Total Destruction'', released in 2006. ''Total Destruction'' currently has the largest roster of monsters to choose from, allowing you to play as up to 30 uniquely designed monsters. A reboot of the series was planned to be released for the Kinect for XBox360 sometime in 2012, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but the game never developed]] past [[http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/17hyp37cdzykbjpg/original.jpg a piece of concept art]].
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About [[SequelGap a decade later]] after the first game, a sequel was released entitled ''Rampage: World Tour'', which incorporated more moves and power-ups, [[DenserAndWackier a more cartoony art style]] and plenty more cities and locations to destroy. It was followed by console-exclusive games including ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'', ''Rampage Through Time'', and ''Rampage Puzzle Attack'', all sharing ''World Tour's'' style of gameplay and design. The most recent game in the series, which brings the series into three dimensions is ''Rampage: Total Destruction'', released in 2006. ''Total Destruction'' currently has the largest roster of monsters to choose from, allowing you to play as up to 30 uniquely designed monsters. [[note]]there is an extra 10 exclusive characters included in the Wii version [[/note]] A reboot of the series was planned to be released for the Kinect for XBox360 sometime in 2012, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but the game never developed]] past developed past]] [[http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/17hyp37cdzykbjpg/original.jpg a piece of concept art]].
3rd Aug '15 8:32:10 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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''Rampage'' is a series of American {{Kaiju}} video games, starting with the 1986 arcade game by [[MidwayGames Midway Games]]. The games put you in the shoes of a giant monster, where you are tasked in each game to destroy cities and generally wrecking havoc wherever you go. The original game presents a simple premise that caries on for the rest of the series: you choose to play as three simultaneous characters George (a Film/KingKong-like {{Expy}}), Lizzy (a Franchise/{{Godzilla}} {{Expy}}), or Ralph ([[OurWereWolvesAreDifferent a giant werewolf]]), [[WasOnceAMan humans mutated into giant monsters]] through mutation from the nefarious SCUM Labs. The goal of each level is to destroy the each building in the city before the military destroy it before you. Along with that, you able to eat helpless civilians as well as destroy helicopters, tanks, cars, boats and trains. The game runs on a cycle, as when you reach past level 768 (Plano, Illinois), you return to level one [[AliensInCardiff (Peoria, Illinois)]].
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''Rampage'' is a series of American {{Kaiju}} video games, starting with the 1986 arcade game by [[MidwayGames Midway Games]]. The games put you in the shoes of a giant monster, where you are tasked in each game level to destroy cities buildings, eat people, fight the military and generally wrecking wreck havoc wherever you go. The original game presents a simple premise that caries on for the rest of the series: you series. You choose to play as three simultaneous characters George (a Film/KingKong-like {{Expy}}), Lizzy (a Franchise/{{Godzilla}} {{Expy}}), or Ralph ([[OurWereWolvesAreDifferent a giant werewolf]]), [[WasOnceAMan humans mutated into giant monsters]] through mutation from radiation linked to the nefarious SCUM Labs. The goal of each level is to destroy the each building in the given city before the military destroy it before you. time runs out. Along with that, you are able to eat helpless civilians as well as destroy helicopters, tanks, cars, boats and trains. The game runs on a cycle, as when you reach past level 768 (Plano, Illinois), you return to level one [[AliensInCardiff (Peoria, Illinois)]].

About a decade later, a sequel was released entitled ''Rampage: World Tour'', which incorporated more moves and power-ups, [[DenserAndWackier a more cartoony art style]] and plenty more cities and locations to destroy. It was followed by console-exclusive games including ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'', ''Rampage Through Time'', and ''Rampage Puzzle Attack'', all sharing ''World Tour's'' style of gameplay and design. The most recent game in the series, which brings the series into three dimensions is ''Rampage: Total Destruction'', released in 2006. ''Total Destruction'' currently has the largest roster of monsters to choose from, allowing you to play as up to 30 uniquely designed monsters. A reboot of the series was planned to be released for the Kinect for XBox360 sometime in 2012, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but the game never developed]] past [[http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/17hyp37cdzykbjpg/original.jpg a piece of concept art]].
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About [[SequelGap a decade later, later]] after the first game, a sequel was released entitled ''Rampage: World Tour'', which incorporated more moves and power-ups, [[DenserAndWackier a more cartoony art style]] and plenty more cities and locations to destroy. It was followed by console-exclusive games including ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'', ''Rampage Through Time'', and ''Rampage Puzzle Attack'', all sharing ''World Tour's'' style of gameplay and design. The most recent game in the series, which brings the series into three dimensions is ''Rampage: Total Destruction'', released in 2006. ''Total Destruction'' currently has the largest roster of monsters to choose from, allowing you to play as up to 30 uniquely designed monsters. A reboot of the series was planned to be released for the Kinect for XBox360 sometime in 2012, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but the game never developed]] past [[http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/17hyp37cdzykbjpg/original.jpg a piece of concept art]].
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''Rampage'' is a series of {{Kaiju}} video games, starting with the 1986 arcade game by [[MidwayGames Bally Midway]]. Players take control of gigantic monsters trying to survive against onslaughts of military forces while destroying skyscrapers and eating unsuspecting civilians in the process. Each round is completed when a particular city is completely reduced to rubble. Up to three simultaneous players control the monsters George (a Film/KingKong-like {{Expy}}), Lizzy (a Franchise/{{Godzilla}} {{Expy}}), or Ralph ([[OurWereWolvesAreDifferent a giant werewolf]]), created from mutated humans. They need to destroy all buildings in a high-rise city to advance to the next level, eating people and destroying helicopters, tanks, taxis, police cars, boats, and trolleys along the way. The game starts in [[AliensInCardiff Peoria, Illinois and ends in Plano, Illinois]]. In Plano, players receive a mega vitamin bonus which heals all the monsters and provides a large point bonus. After this, the cycle of cities repeats five times. After 768 days, the game resets back to Day One. The first ''Rampage'' was ported to the Atari 2600, Atari 7800, Atari Lynx, Atari 8-bit, Commodore 64, MS-DOS/IBM PC, ZX Spectrum, NES, and Sega Master System. The Atari Lynx version adds a special fourth character named Larry the rat while The NES version excludes Ralph, reducing the number of monsters to two. ''Rampage'' has since been included on various classic compilations game sets such as 2003's Midway Arcade Treasures. This game along with ''Rampage: World Tour'' are also available as a bonus feature in ''Rampage: Total Destruction''. Unlike the original arcade game, most of the home ports (such as the NES, Sega, and Atari Lynx versions) actually end, rather than repeating levels endlessly. About a decade later, a sequel was released entitled ''Rampage: World Tour'', which incorporated more moves and power-ups, [[DenserAndWackier a more cartoony art style]] and plenty more cities and locations to destroy. It was followed by console-exclusive games including ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'', ''Rampage Through Time'', and ''Rampage Puzzle Attack'', all sharing ''World Tour's'' style of gameplay and design. The most recent game in the series, which brings the series into three dimensions is ''Rampage: Total Destruction'', released in 2006. ''Total Destruction'' currently has the largest roster of monsters to choose from, allowing you to lay as up to 30 uniquely designed monsters. In July 2000, as a subsidiary of Creator/WilliamsElectronics, Midway licensed ''Rampage'' along with other Williams games, to Shockwave for use in an online applet to demonstrate the power of the shockwave web content platform, entitled ''Shockwave Arcade Collection''. The conversion was created by Digital Eclipse. In 2011, a film adaptation from NewLineCinema was announced, originally said to be directed by John Rickard. The film was in DevelopmentHell, but in June 2015 DwayneJohnson was announced to star, with the director still to be chosen.
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''Rampage'' is a series of American {{Kaiju}} video games, starting with the 1986 arcade game by [[MidwayGames Bally Midway]]. Players take control of gigantic monsters trying to survive against onslaughts of military forces while destroying skyscrapers and eating unsuspecting civilians Midway Games]]. The games put you in the process. Each round is completed when shoes of a particular city is completely reduced giant monster, where you are tasked in each game to rubble.destroy cities and generally wrecking havoc wherever you go. Up The original game presents a simple premise that caries on for the rest of the series: you choose to play as three simultaneous players control the monsters characters George (a Film/KingKong-like {{Expy}}), Lizzy (a Franchise/{{Godzilla}} {{Expy}}), or Ralph ([[OurWereWolvesAreDifferent a giant werewolf]]), created from [[WasOnceAMan humans mutated humans. They need into giant monsters]] through mutation from the nefarious SCUM Labs. The goal of each level is to destroy all buildings the each building in a high-rise the city to advance to before the next level, eating people and destroying military destroy it before you. Along with that, you able to eat helpless civilians as well as destroy helicopters, tanks, taxis, police cars, boats, boats and trolleys along the way. trains. The game starts in runs on a cycle, as when you reach past level 768 (Plano, Illinois), you return to level one [[AliensInCardiff Peoria, Illinois and ends in Plano, Illinois]]. In Plano, players receive a mega vitamin bonus which heals all the monsters and provides a large point bonus. After this, the cycle of cities repeats five times. After 768 days, the game resets back to Day One. (Peoria, Illinois)]]. The first ''Rampage'' was ported to almost every Atari console out there from the Atari 2600, Atari 7800, 2600 to the Atari Lynx, Atari 8-bit, as well as the Commodore 64, MS-DOS/IBM PC, ZX Spectrum, NES, and Sega Master System. The It should be noted that the NES, Sega Master System and Atari Lynx version adds versions actually end instead of going through a special fourth character named Larry the rat while cycle. The NES version excludes only supported to characters, omitting Ralph, reducing while the number of monsters to two.Lynx version kepted all three while also adding a fourth character, Larry the rat. ''Rampage'' has since been included on various classic compilations game sets such as 2003's Midway Arcade Treasures. This game along with ''Rampage: World Tour'' are also available as a bonus feature in ''Rampage: Total Destruction''. Unlike In 2000, Creator/WilliamsElectronics had ''Rampage'' as well as other Williams games licensed to Shockwave to test out there online gaming platform ''Shockwave Arcade Collection''. The game is also available for the original iOS through the Midway arcade game, most of the home ports (such as the NES, Sega, and Atari Lynx versions) actually end, rather than repeating levels endlessly. app. About a decade later, a sequel was released entitled ''Rampage: World Tour'', which incorporated more moves and power-ups, [[DenserAndWackier a more cartoony art style]] and plenty more cities and locations to destroy. It was followed by console-exclusive games including ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'', ''Rampage Through Time'', and ''Rampage Puzzle Attack'', all sharing ''World Tour's'' style of gameplay and design. The most recent game in the series, which brings the series into three dimensions is ''Rampage: Total Destruction'', released in 2006. ''Total Destruction'' currently has the largest roster of monsters to choose from, allowing you to lay play as up to 30 uniquely designed monsters. In July 2000, as a subsidiary of Creator/WilliamsElectronics, Midway licensed ''Rampage'' along with other Williams games, to Shockwave for use in an online applet to demonstrate the power monsters. A reboot of the shockwave web content platform, entitled ''Shockwave Arcade Collection''. The conversion series was created by Digital Eclipse. planned to be released for the Kinect for XBox360 sometime in 2012, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but the game never developed]] past [[http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/17hyp37cdzykbjpg/original.jpg a piece of concept art]]. In 2011, a film adaptation from NewLineCinema was announced, originally said to be directed by John Rickard. The film was originally in DevelopmentHell, but in June 2015 DwayneJohnson was announced to star, with the director still to be chosen. chosen. The film is expecting a 2016 release.

''Rampage'' is a series * {{Bowdlerize}}: Some of {{Kaiju}} video games, starting with the 1986 arcade game by [[MidwayGames Bally Midway]]. Players take control console ports, such as the Nintendo 64 port of gigantic ''Universal Tour'' censor the nudity when your monsters trying returns to survive against onslaughts of military forces while destroying skyscrapers and eating unsuspecting civilians in the process. Each round is completed when a particular city is completely reduced to rubble. Up to three simultaneous players control the monsters George (a Film/KingKong-like {{Expy}}), Lizzy (a Franchise/{{Godzilla}} {{Expy}}), or Ralph ([[OurWereWolvesAreDifferent a giant werewolf]]), created from mutated humans. They need to destroy all buildings in a high-rise city to advance to the next level, eating people and destroying helicopters, tanks, taxis, police cars, boats, and trolleys along the way. The game starts in [[AliensInCardiff Peoria, Illinois and ends in Plano, Illinois]]. In Plano, players receive a mega vitamin bonus which heals all the monsters and provides a large point bonus. After this, the cycle of cities repeats five times. After 768 days, the game resets back to Day One. The first ''Rampage'' was ported to the Atari 2600, Atari 7800, Atari Lynx, Atari 8-bit, Commodore 64, MS-DOS/IBM PC, ZX Spectrum, NES, and Sega Master System. The Atari Lynx version adds a special fourth character named Larry the rat while The NES version excludes Ralph, reducing the number of monsters to two. ''Rampage'' has since been included on various classic compilations game sets such as 2003's Midway Arcade Treasures. This game along with ''Rampage: World Tour'' are also available as a bonus feature in ''Rampage: Total Destruction''. Unlike the original arcade game, most of the home ports (such as the NES, Sega, and Atari Lynx versions) actually end, rather than repeating levels endlessly. About a decade later, a sequel was released entitled ''Rampage: World Tour'', which incorporated more moves and power-ups, [[DenserAndWackier a more cartoony art style]] and plenty more cities and locations to destroy. It was followed human form by console-exclusive games including ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'', ''Rampage Through Time'', and ''Rampage Puzzle Attack'', all sharing ''World Tour's'' style of gameplay and design. The most recent game in the series, which brings the series into three dimensions is ''Rampage: Total Destruction'', released in 2006. ''Total Destruction'' currently has the largest roster of monsters to choose from, allowing you to lay as up to 30 uniquely designed monsters. In July 2000, as a subsidiary of Creator/WilliamsElectronics, Midway licensed ''Rampage'' along with other Williams games, to Shockwave for use in an online applet to demonstrate the power of the shockwave web content platform, entitled ''Shockwave Arcade Collection''. The conversion was created by Digital Eclipse. In 2011, a film adaptation from NewLineCinema was announced, originally said to be directed by John Rickard. The film was in DevelopmentHell, but in June 2015 DwayneJohnson was announced to star, with the director still to be chosen. giving them underwear.

''Rampage'' is a series of {{Kaiju}} video games, starting with ** From the 1986 arcade game by [[MidwayGames Bally Midway]]. Players take control of gigantic monsters trying to survive against onslaughts of military forces while destroying skyscrapers and eating unsuspecting civilians in the process. Each round is completed when a particular city is completely reduced to rubble. Up to three simultaneous players control the monsters George (a Film/KingKong-like {{Expy}}), Lizzy (a Franchise/{{Godzilla}} {{Expy}}), or Ralph ([[OurWereWolvesAreDifferent a giant werewolf]]), created from mutated humans. They need to destroy all buildings in a high-rise city to advance to the next level, eating people and destroying helicopters, tanks, taxis, police cars, boats, and trolleys along the way. The game starts in [[AliensInCardiff Peoria, Illinois and ends in Plano, Illinois]]. In Plano, players receive a mega vitamin bonus which heals all the monsters and provides a large point bonus. After this, the cycle of cities repeats five times. After 768 days, the game resets back to Day One. The first ''Rampage'' was ported to the Atari 2600, Atari 7800, Atari Lynx, Atari 8-bit, Commodore 64, MS-DOS/IBM PC, ZX Spectrum, NES, and Sega Master System. The Atari Lynx version adds a special fourth character named Larry the rat while The NES version excludes Ralph, reducing the number of monsters to two. ''Rampage'' has since been included on various classic compilations game sets such as 2003's Midway Arcade Treasures. This game along with ''Rampage: World Tour'' are also available as a bonus feature in ''Rampage: Total Destruction''. Unlike the original arcade same game, most of the home ports (such as the NES, Sega, and Atari Lynx versions) actually end, rather than repeating some levels endlessly. About a decade later, a sequel was released entitled ''Rampage: World Tour'', which incorporated more moves and power-ups, [[DenserAndWackier a more cartoony art style]] and plenty more cities and locations have what look like [[MaleFrontalNudity flashers]] in trench coats, seen flashing next to destroy. It was followed by console-exclusive games including ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'', ''Rampage Through Time'', and ''Rampage Puzzle Attack'', all sharing ''World Tour's'' style of gameplay and design. The most recent game in the series, which brings the series into three dimensions is ''Rampage: Total Destruction'', released in 2006. ''Total Destruction'' currently has the largest roster of monsters to choose from, allowing you to lay as up to 30 uniquely designed monsters. In July 2000, as a subsidiary of Creator/WilliamsElectronics, Midway licensed ''Rampage'' along with other Williams games, to Shockwave for use in an online applet to demonstrate the power of the shockwave web content platform, entitled ''Shockwave Arcade Collection''. The conversion was created by Digital Eclipse. In 2011, a film adaptation from NewLineCinema was announced, originally said to be directed by John Rickard. The film was in DevelopmentHell, but in June 2015 DwayneJohnson was announced to star, with the director still to be chosen. beautiful looking women.

''Rampage'' is a series of {{Kaiju}} video games, starting with the 1986 arcade game by [[MidwayGames Bally Midway]]. Players take control of gigantic monsters trying to survive against onslaughts of military forces while destroying skyscrapers and eating unsuspecting civilians in the process. Each round is completed when a particular city is completely reduced to rubble. Up to three simultaneous players control the monsters George (a Film/KingKong-like {{Expy}}), Lizzy (a Franchise/{{Godzilla}} {{Expy}}), or Ralph ([[OurWereWolvesAreDifferent a giant werewolf]]), created from mutated humans. They need to destroy all buildings in a high-rise city to advance to the next level, eating people and destroying helicopters, tanks, taxis, * OfficerOHara: Pretty much every police cars, boats, and trolleys along the way. The game starts officer in [[AliensInCardiff Peoria, Illinois and ends in Plano, Illinois]]. In Plano, players receive a mega vitamin bonus which heals all the monsters and provides a large point bonus. After this, the cycle of cities repeats five times. After 768 days, the game resets back to Day One. The first ''Rampage'' was ported to the Atari 2600, Atari 7800, Atari Lynx, Atari 8-bit, Commodore 64, MS-DOS/IBM PC, ZX Spectrum, NES, and Sega Master System. The Atari Lynx version adds a special fourth character named Larry the rat while The NES version excludes Ralph, reducing the number of monsters to two. ''Rampage'' has since been included on various classic compilations game sets such as 2003's Midway Arcade Treasures. This game along with ''Rampage: World Tour'' are also available as a bonus feature in ''Rampage: Total Destruction''. Unlike the original arcade game, most of the home ports (such as the NES, Sega, and Atari Lynx versions) actually end, rather than repeating levels endlessly. About a decade later, a sequel was released entitled ''Rampage: World Tour'', which incorporated more moves and power-ups, [[DenserAndWackier a more cartoony art style]] and plenty more cities and locations to destroy. It was followed by console-exclusive games including ''Rampage 2: Universal Tour'', ''Rampage Through Time'', and ''Rampage Puzzle Attack'', all sharing ''World Tour's'' style of gameplay and design. The most recent game in the series, which brings the series into three dimensions is ''Rampage: Total Destruction'', released in 2006. ''Total Destruction'' currently has the largest roster of monsters to choose from, allowing you to lay as up to 30 uniquely designed monsters. In July 2000, as a subsidiary of Creator/WilliamsElectronics, Midway licensed ''Rampage'' along with other Williams games, to Shockwave for use in an online applet to demonstrate the power of the shockwave web content platform, entitled ''Shockwave Arcade Collection''. The conversion was created by Digital Eclipse. In 2011, a film adaptation from NewLineCinema was announced, originally said to be directed by John Rickard. The film was in DevelopmentHell, but in June 2015 DwayneJohnson was announced to star, with the director still to be chosen. is one.

** The western level in ''Rampage Through Time'' is called [[Film/TombStone "Tombstone"]]. The same game also gives us [[Manga/{{Akira}} Neo-Japan]].
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** The One of the western level levels in ''Rampage Through Time'' is called [[Film/TombStone "Tombstone"]]. The same game also gives us [[Manga/{{Akira}} Neo-Japan]].
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In 2011, a film adaptation from NewLineCinema was announced, originally said to be directed by John Rickard. The film was in DevelopmentHell, but in June 2015 DwayneJohnson is announced to star, with the director still to be chosen.
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In 2011, a film adaptation from NewLineCinema was announced, originally said to be directed by John Rickard. The film was in DevelopmentHell, but in June 2015 DwayneJohnson is was announced to star, with the director still to be chosen.
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* BehemothBattle: Though it is not required, FriendlyFire on your fellow monsters is possible and fun.

* EscapedAnimalRampage: Though technically all the monsters in every game count as they escaped from SCUM labs, ''Universal Tour'' plays it more straightforward. In that game, Lizzie, George and Ralph are captured and put on public display after the events of ''World Tour'', and it is up to the new monsters to rescue them.

* MonumentalDamage: Surprisingly averted for the most part. Even though you can fight in major cities throughout the games, you rarely ever come into contact with famous landmarks.

* PrimalChestPound: George does this a lot, naturally.

* SamusIsAGirl: It's a surprise for some players that Lizzie is a female. Mostly due to the fact that female characters were still rare in video games in the mid-1980s.
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* SamusIsAGirl: It's a surprise for some players that Lizzie is a female. Mostly due to the fact that female characters were still rare in video games in the mid-1980s.monsters all having relatively masculine designs and gruff voices.
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