Go around the corners as Shinji, eating dots and angels.
This Has Been Rated
I grew up in the 80s playing Atari
and aacrde games. So when I
purchased my new Gameboy Advance SP,
I immediately wanted to buy Pac-Man.
I definitely was not disappointed.
The cartridge contains 4 different
games. The basic Pac-Man game is a
good replica of the aacrde version,
replete with Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and
Clyde. It can be played in
full-screen or scroll version. The
full-screen version is a bit small,
but I find the scroll version
difficult to play as you cannot see
what the characters are doing on
other parts of the board.PacMania 3D
and Pac-Man Arrangement are
variations on the classic Pac-Man.
Pac-Man Arrangement is my least
favorite of the 4 games. Although
the board is colorful, the floating
dots add nothing. I also find it
somewhat confusing, and it\'s
difficult to control. PacMania 3D is
enjoyable and includes several 3D
worlds. You can make your Pac-man
jump, and the ghosts have great
menacing glares.However, Pac-Attack
is definitely my favorite game here
a brilliant variation on Tetris.
Like Tetris, the falling blocks must
be arranged. Some of the blocks
contain ghosts and some contain a
Pac-Man, and the goal is to arrange
the ghosts so that you can eat them.
It\'s pretty addicting. Overall,
I\'m really enjoying this collection.
Most highly recommended.