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  • The best games like Rampage World Tour are:

  • arrow_rightThe Lost Vikings
  • arrow_rightThe Addams Family
  • arrow_rightDynamite Headdy (1994)
  • arrow_rightMarvel Land
  • arrow_rightStrider II

5 Best Games Like Rampage World Tour:


1. The Lost Vikings

The Lost Vikings is a puzzle-platform video game developed by Silicon & Synapse (now Blizzard Entertainment) and published by Interplay. It was originally released for the Super NES in 1993,[2][3] then subsequently released for the Amiga, Amiga CD32, MS-DOS, and Mega Drive/Genesis systems the next year; the Mega Drive/Genesis version contains five stages not present in any other version of the game. Blizzard re-released the game for the Game Boy Advance in 2003. In 2014, the game was added to as a free download emulated through DOSBox.[4]

In The Lost Vikings, the player controls three separate Vikings with different abilities. The three Vikings must work together to finish each level and find their way back home. A sequel, The Lost Vikings 2, was released in 1997.

Categories in common with The Lost Vikings: Strategy | Puzzle | Platformer

Platform: PC | Game Boy Advance | SNES | Commodore / Amiga | Genesis


2. The Addams Family

The Addams Family is a platform game based on the 1991 movie of the same name released by Ocean Software in 1992. The game was released for the Master System, Sega Mega Drive / Genesis, Super NES, Amiga and Atari ST.
Ocean released several other versions of the game for other platforms, featuring different levels and gameplay. One version was released for the Sega Master System, Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Game Gear, with the latter ported by Acclaim Entertainment. A third title was developed for the Game Boy, and a fourth was produced for the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum home computers.
In all versions, players control Gomez Addams as he attempts to rescue other members of the Addams family.

Categories in common with The Addams Family: Adventure

Platform: Game Boy | SNES | NES | Commodore / Amiga | Atari ST | Genesis


3. Dynamite Headdy (1994)

Dynamite Headdy is a platform video game developed by Treasure and published by Sega for the Sega Genesis in 1994. The game follows a puppet named Headdy in his efforts to stop an evil puppet king from taking over his world. Headdy can throw his head at enemies to defeat them and use it to pull himself to various areas and move objects. The player can find a wide variety of "heads" which act as power-ups that provide different effects and alter gameplay.

Critical reception to Dynamite Headdy was positive. Critics highlighted the game's originality and creativity in distinguishing it among other games in the platform genre. They also commended Treasure for demonstrating their technical expertise with impressive graphical effects and building on the success of their earlier game Gunstar Heroes (1993). In reviews from the time and in retrospect, Dynamite Headdy is cited for being one of the best games on the Genesis. An 8-bit port was released for Game Gear, which itself served as the basis for a Master System port released exclusively in Brazil.

Categories in common with Dynamite Headdy (1994):

Platform: PC | Wii | Genesis | SEGA Master System | Game Gear


4. Marvel Land

Marvel Land (マーベルランド, Māberurando) is a platform arcade game released by Namco in 1989; it runs on Namco System 2 hardware, was the company's last arcade game of the 1980s, and was later ported to the Sega Genesis in 1991 (the EU version was also released under an alternative name of Talmit's Adventure except in the UK where it retained the name Marvel Land.). It also shares its name with the fictitious kingdom in which the 1986 Japan-only Famicom game Valkyrie no Bōken: Toki no Kagi Densetsu took place but has no connections with it otherwise - and it does not have any connections with Marvel Comics and any of the superheroes associated with them, either.

Categories in common with Marvel Land:

Platform: Wii | Genesis


5. Strider II

Strider II (released in North America under the title of Journey from Darkness: Strider Returns), is a side-scrolling platform game published by U.S. Gold (under license from Capcom USA) and originally released for various computer platforms in 1990. It is a European-developed sequel to Capcom's arcade game Strider, which U.S. Gold previously ported to home computers in Europe. The game was developed by Tiertex, as with Human Killing Machine, the U.S. Gold sequel to Street Fighter.

Capcom later developed their own sequel in 1999, titled Strider 2 for the arcades and PlayStation, which ignores U.S. Gold's version of Strider II.

Categories in common with Strider II:

Platform: Commodore / Amiga | Atari ST | Genesis | SEGA Master System | Game Gear