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Platform: Arcade
Tags: Action
Developer: Namco
More Platforms: Atari 2600, Atari 5200, Famicom Disk System, Game Boy, Game Gear, Intellivision, NeoGeo Pocket Color, NES, Xbox 360
AKA: Puck-Man (JP)

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Staff Reviews

Pac-Man review (Atari 2600)

Reviewed June 21, 2012

Rob Hamilton says: "However, just because I had fun times with family while playing this game doesn't mean I can excuse its large list of faults. That period of time can best be described as good times with a bad game simply because we didn't know any better. "
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Reader Reviews

Pac-Man review

Reviewed April 24, 2004

gbness says: "As I sit here right now writing this review I feel myself urging to get to that arcade, where I pop a quarter in and turn on the Pac-Man machine and play that incredibly addictive game where you control a little yellow creature who goes around eating dots around a small maze, or better yet play it online at 2:00, and then quickly realize that the time has flown to 4:00 oh so quickly. The addictive game never escapes my head and when I sit down and play the game, I'm just letting the hours fly ar..."
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Pac-Man review

Reviewed January 16, 2004

retro says: "I don't know for sure what the most popular arcade game of all time is, but I know that Pac-Man is definitely sitting pretty high on the list. The reason it was and still is so popular is because it's so simple to play. You won't have to use much of your brain at all to learn how to play Pac-Man, but if you want to learn strategy you might. Pac-Man was also a game that could easily become addicting after only one or two plays. "
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Pac-Man review

Reviewed March 01, 2007

turducken says: "I know what you’re thinking. Pac-Man? Survival Horror? Yes, a genre made famous by such classics as Alone in the Dark, Clock Tower, and Resident Evil actually got its start as one of the first video games ever created. "
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