Crush, Crumble and Chomp!

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Crush, Crumble and Chomp is one of the few games of the home computer era that allowed the player to control a classic movie monster. The only other notable home computer game of the era that featured player-controlled monsters was Electronic Arts' Mail Order Monsters. However the game featured a different premise—monsters battling one another—instead of monsters attacking an unsuspecting metropolis like the classic monster movies of the '50s.

Besides being the single game that allowed the player to take control of a classic movie monster, this game may have served as inspiration for the arcade game Rampage. Bally Midway's Rampage lets the player take on the role of one of three classic movie monsters, a giant Godzilla-like lizard, a giant werewolf or a King Kong-like ape. In Rampage, the player(s) also attack unsuspecting cities. Like Crush, Crumble and Chomp!, Rampage also uses real cities as its settings.

Another game which has used the same concept is War of the Monsters for the PlayStation 2, released in 2003. However, in this game a monster battles other monsters in fictional cities. It combined several elements of the classic horror movies in one big fight.

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Platform: 
Atari 800
Genre: 
Strategy/Tactics
Game year: 
1981
Publisher: 
Automated Simulations, Inc.
Developed by: 
Automated Simulations, Inc.
Crush, Crumble and Chomp!  - Atari 800 Cover Art
Also known as: 
"Crush, Crumble and Chomp" -- Atari 8-Bit and VIC-20 in-game title

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