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Pac-Man
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Description

Move Pac-Man through the maze, avoiding ghosts and eating all the Pac-Dots. Beware, each of the ghosts behave differently. When Pac-Man chomps a Power Pellet, he becomes invincible and is able to eat the blue ghosts. The more ghosts Pac-Man eats in a row, the higher the score. Don't forget to eat the bonus fruit too. Released in 1980, Pac-Man is the most well-known video game on Earth and is also commonly acknowledged as one of the most successful coin-operated games in history. Enjoy this masterpiece of gaming history today.

News

Ninjas and Pac-Man hit the Virtual Console
Written by John Scalzo on 05/14/07
Ninja Gaiden, Ninja Spirit and Pac-Man chomp on the VC.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Wii Shop Channel
PUBLISHER:
Namco Bandai
DEVELOPER:
Namco Bandai
GENRE: Other
PLAYERS:   1-2
RELEASE DATE:
May 14, 2007
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