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Lock 'N Chase

Lock 'N Chase (A2600) game cover art
Platform: Atari 2600
Tags: Action
Developer: Mattel Interactive
More Platforms: Game Boy, Intellivision


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Lock 'N Chase review

Reviewed October 31, 2003

retro says: "There are not many video games in the history of the industry that have had more clones to come after it than Pac-Man has. None of them seemed to have the worldwide success that Sir Chomps-A-Lot, I mean Pac-Man had, but tons of clones tried to steal some of the limelight. Lock 'N Chase was one of those games. It's a clone and a half, but it does have a few noticeable differences, believe it or not. "
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