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Saturday, August 06, 2005
There hasn't been another revolutionary 3D fighting game since Virtua Fighter first hit the arcades. That is, until now.

Well, maybe not. But Rumble Box is certainly fun.

A frantic beat 'em up that revolves around stringing punches and throws, your task in each level is to escape from the room you're trapped in.

Enemies are made out of simple objects that collapse to the floor once vanquished, hopefully piling up and perhaps creating a pathway over the wall for you to make a quick exit.

If you enjoy classics such as River City Ransom or Final Fight, you'll have a blast with this one.

Name: Rumble Box
Developer: DigiPen
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 10MB