Rampage ENGLISH (NES)


Rampage es un juego de arcade 1986 por Bally Midway . [1] Los jugadores toman el control de gigantescos monstruos tratando de sobrevivir contra 

los ataques de las fuerzas militares. Cada ronda se completa cuando una ciudad particular se reduce completamente a los escombros. Warner Bros. actualmente posee todos los derechos sobre la propiedad a través de la compra de Midway Games. [2]

Los monstruos pueden subir a los edificios, golpeándolos a pedazos en el camino hacia abajo que eventualmente los reducirán a escombros. Las diversas personas también pueden ser golpeadas o agarrado y los alimentos se pueden comer. El monstruo del jugador recibe daño de balas enemigas, palos de dinamita, conchas, golpes de otros monstruos y caídas. El daño se recupera comiendo los diversos artículos de alimento tales como fruta, pollo asado, o incluso los soldados.


Si un monstruo toma demasiado daño, vuelve a ser un humano desnudo y comienza a caminar de la pantalla de lado, cubriendo su modestia con sus manos (y en este estado, puede ser comido por otro monstruo). Si el jugador continúa, el ser humano muta de nuevo en el monstruo o (si el humano salió de la pantalla) vuela en un dirigible (pero ha perdido su puntuación), con una barra de vida completa.
Smashing abrir ventanas generalmente revela un elemento o persona de interés, que puede ser útil o perjudicial. Los artículos útiles incluyen comida o dinero, mientras que los peligrosos incluyen bombas, electrodomésticos y cigarrillos. Algunos artículos pueden ser ambos; Por ejemplo, una tostadora es peligrosa hasta que la tostada aparece, y un fotógrafo debe ser comido rápidamente antes de deslumbrar al monstruo del jugador con su flash, causando que caiga. Cuando un civil está presente agitando sus manos en una ventana que señala para la ayuda, los puntos de un jugador aumentan rápidamente cuando la persona es agarrada. Cada monstruo puede sostener solamente un tipo de persona: George puede sostener a mujeres, Lizzy puede sostener a hombres de mediana edad, y Ralph puede sostener a hombres de negocios.

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Rampage is a 1986 arcade game by Bally Midway.[1] Players take control of gigantic monsters trying to survive against onslaughts of military forces. Each round is completed when a particular city is completely reduced to rubble. Warner Bros. currently owns all rights to the property via their purchase of Midway Games. Up to three simultaneous players control gigantic monsters who were formerly human. The game's protagonists are George, a King Kong-like gigantic gorilla transformed by an experimental vitamin, Lizzie, a Godzilla-like dinosaur/lizard transformed by a radioactive lake, and Ralph, a giant werewolf transformed by a food additive. As monsters, they need to raze 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.[3] The monsters can climb the buildings, punching them to pieces on the way down which will eventually reduce them to rubble. The various people can also be punched or grabbed and food items can be eaten. The player's monster receives damage from enemy bullets, sticks of dynamite, shells, punches from other monsters and falls. Damage is recovered by eating the various food items such as fruit, roast chicken, or even the soldiers. If a monster takes too much damage, it reverts into a naked human and starts walking off the screen sideways, covering its modesty with its hands (and in this state, can be eaten by another monster). If the player continues, the human mutates back into the monster or (if the human walked off the screen) flies in on a blimp (but has lost their score), with a full life bar. Smashing open windows generally reveals an item or person of interest, which may be helpful or harmful. Helpful items include food or money, while dangerous ones include bombs, electrical appliances, and cigarettes. Some items can be both; for example, a toaster is dangerous until the toast pops up, and a photographer must be eaten quickly before he dazzles the player's monster with his flash, causing it to fall. When a civilian is present waving their hands at a window signaling for help, a player's points rapidly increase when the person is grabbed. Each monster can hold only one type of person: George can hold women, Lizzy can hold middle-aged men, and Ralph can hold businessmen. Rampage is set over the course of 128 days in cities across North America. The game starts in 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 1. Some of the home port versions of the game start in San Jose, California and end in Los Angeles, California after going all around North America. The rampage travels through two Canadian provinces and forty-three United States states. Only Connecticut, Delaware, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and Vermont are spared.

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