PAC-MAN, the world famous arcade classic, returns in this faithful rendition for Windows Phone 7! Who can forget the countless hours and quarters spent avoiding pesky ghosts while chompin’ on dots and gobbling up the fruit for bonus points? Relive the retro arcade action! Control PAC-MAN using the standard flick-to-change-directions method, or try out the virtual-analog “PAC-PAD” method, new for Windows Phone 7. Munch fruits and other items for big points! Gobble blinking Power Pellets to turn the ghosts blue and weaken them temporarily. Eat the ghosts while they are blue and rack up the bonus points! Gain an extra life at 10,000 points! Avoid capture by Blinky, the leader of the ghosts, and his fellow ghosts Pinky, Inky and Clyde, each with unique personalities, as you strive to chomp all the dots and advance to the next stage!More
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Pretty solid port, but needs a slight a price drop.
The game plays pretty well, even though a D-Pad or Joystick offer a bit more precision, the flick controls are pretty solid, but the price should be about $2.99 - $3.49More
It's pretty fun and I am 17 but this is stressful so do not let your kids that have anger problems play because they will break your phoneMore
Needs options for lives, difficulty, and starting level (like iOS version), otherwise a solid portMore
Like the swipe control, makes the game better. Love it, wish the price can be a bit lower, like $2.99 but the game has been ported well.More
Highly addicting! If you hate the virtual joystick, go to options to change to swipe control, its betterMore
Difficulty is too hard and not configurable. That, coupled with difficult controls make it not very enjoyable.More
Better flip the phone so you don't accidentally press the windows button while controlling the game. Not exactly responsive but there's a learning curve to it.More
I really don't think it's worth it and come on I'm pretty sure if no one baught it. No one care "TCAFFER" The game only got popular because that was the best they could do back then. And for $5 you could get soo much more nowadays.More
I spent Hundreds of $'S in quarters back in 1980. I spent $200 for a game system and $40 For a cartridge ( that really was not Pac Man) before I was 18. This game would not exist if I and others didn't spend all our parents $ when we were kids. To ask for $5, 25 years later...disrespectful remember how you got here.More
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