Mobile PAC-MAN Offers Multiplayer Action

Posted: Dec 8 2008, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:09pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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One of the first video games I ever played when I was a kid was PAC-MAN. Since then the game has been on many other consoles and platforms offering the same gameplay as the original. Namco Mobile has announced a new mobile version of the game that offers an interesting new twist.

The PAC-MAN mobile game supports multiplayer gaming with one player as PAC-MAN and the other players taking the roll of the ghosts. The classic single player game offers 256 levels of maze play and up to four players are supported in multiplayer mode. Multiple players connect via Bluetooth.

The game is available across all major European mobile networks. That is the bit that sucks; it appears the game won’t be offered in the US for arcade fans. High scores from the game will be saved online in a leader board.

Via Namco

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