Michael Smithson - 19/07/2009
The graphics were the best :-) I had only 8 colours to choose from. It was a fantastic game for it's time. Credit goes to Anthony and Russell for there great work.
The first time I saw this with my sons in a local arcade, I was hooked. Many quarters clinked into the slot. And then we waited, and waited, and waited some more until a home port was available for the Atari. To our surprise, it wasn't good, IT WAS GREAT!!! It had all of the goodies from the dedicated arcade game including the humor of the little naked guy shivering and sulking off the screen in embarrassment. I booted it tonight again for the first time in years, and enjoyed it all over again. Demolishing buildings as a monster was never so much fun in any other venue. This goes to the top of my 'A' list! Kudos to you Mr. Wilson for a remarkable job!
Andrew Bernstein - 18/09/2006
While not in the same category as the disastrous Atari 8Bit conversion of Racing Destruction Set, this adaptation of Rampage definitely lacks some polish (this sometimes feels like a slighty improved port of the Spectrum release... No Kidding !). However, so few games were released by Activision in the second half of the eighties (Shangai, Starblade), we still should feel lucky this one does exist. Now, it's time for either a hack or an improved version.
Anthony Wilson - 15/05/2006
I bloody well wrote this game, probably the pinnacle of my gaming coding career, ah those where the days!!!!!