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Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

A Rumbler in GTA 2 (In-game, with lights).

The Rumbler is a sports car featured in Grand Theft Auto 2.


Featured only in the Industrial District of Anywhere City, the Rumbler is a high-performance sports cars with a generally rounded body profile (including protruding fenders in the front and back) and aggressive styling. The car's design is comparable to that of the Banshee in Grand Theft Auto Advance, although the GTA 2 rendition is curvier.

The car's performances is impressive. While the Rumbler's top speed is only moderately high, the car possess a good and consistent rate of acceleration that complements this ability well. Due to its lower speed and power, the car steering system is also responsive enough, allowing the player to determine the angle of cornering all while the car remains controllable, and is capable of recovering from a powerslide after a sharp turn; its brakes, especially when applied in high speed, is revealed to be average. All in all, the car manages to balances speed and control very well.

The car awards the player the Fast Reload power-up when crushed.


  • The car's internal name is "WBTWIN".

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

This article is about the Autobot Action Master. For the Decepticon cassette, see Rumble (G1).
Rumbler is an Autobot Action Master in the Generation One continuity fmaily.
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Rumbler is called on in times of major crisis to form a line of defense against the Decepticons. His massive heavily-armored exo-suit roams the battlefield, impervious to enemy firepower, punding and mauling all attackers who cross its path.

Rumbler is blue. And green.


Generation One

  • Rumbler (Action Master, 1991)
Rumbler himself is a redeco of Sprocket, and therefore a non-transforming Action figure that is compatible with all other Action Master vehicles and weapons. He comes with a 4WD All-Terrain Vehicle that can transform into an armoured Exo-suit, which itself is a redeco of the similar vehicle that comes with Slicer (who was published at the same time), albeit with remolded weaponry.

External links

  • Rumbler at

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