Rebel achieved this all the while managing to craft an experience that feels genuine. Maybe it's the cartoon-like art style and animations. Or perhaps it's the trademark, explosive Dungeon Buster abilities given to each of the game's six playable classes (with three more on the way). It's both of those things and much more, all wrapped in a real-time, action-packed multiplayer package that will leave players wanting more.
Gallery: Dungeon Rampage on Facebook
Come to think of it, no game will likely leave you wanting to press the "B" key again more than Dungeon Rampage. This game is all about style. The moments when the camera zooms in on your character and shakes just as he unleashes a charged attack or lets loose a Dungeon Buster simply make you feel all-powerful, like an unstoppable force. Name a Facebook game currently on the market that can do that.
With four worlds worth of dungeons to conquer and six classes to master (each with their own sets of attributes to allocate), this dungeon crawler certainly has enough style substance to match its style, but for how long? The question is especially relevant considering most of the available classes will cost players as much as $4 to play with. While the horizon looks a bit hazy for Dungeon Rampage this early in its life, the here-and-now is one helluva good time that is not to be missed.
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