Summary: Having been a Pac-freak for so long, I really appreciated the concepts that the designers came up with for Pac 'N' Roll. Candy coated graphics and all touch/stylus controls make it enticing for any gamer. Much like The Legend Of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, Mario Vs. Donkey Kong 2: March Of The Minis, or Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood, it takes a least half an hour to control Pac-Man's movements via the stylus.
Summary: This game is the only game I have ever played that has so much replay value, besides Meele. I'll write shot reviews about the parts of the game Story: 1/5 Very stupid. All of the Pac people turn into balls, blah blah, you will just have to wait till the ridiculous story is done Levels: 4/5 All of the levels are great. My favoruite world is 4, gosht land. The problem with this game, is that it dosn't really get hard until you get to World 5, the second last level.
Summary: While I liked "Pac-Pix" at first, the replay value has been considerably low. There's just not much to the game, and if I hadn't bought this ("Pac'N Roll") on a whim, I would have never done so based on how lackluster "Pac-Pix" was. But "Pac'N Roll" is perfect for platformer junkies. Remember that big fad after "Mario 64"? All of those copy cat games on the N64 or Playstation? Well, even when they got bad reviews, I knew I'd enjoy them.
Summary: The best way for me to describe this game is to say it's a cross between Monkey Ball and Marble Madness. If you've played either one, you may feel (as I do) that trying to control your character/player can be frustratingly difficult at times. But, thanks to the touch screen of the Nintendo DS, this problem is (almost) eliminated. You play as Pac-Man, who has been turned into a ball by the evil ghost Golvis.
Summary: I was a bit cautious of this game when I was given it for xmas last year. Admittedly, the cover and screenshots seem very 'childish' with the primary colours - not to mention that pacman had got a family, all of whom look like they're from a fairy tale! The gameplay is really easy to get into after the first stage gives you a complete walk-through of the controls etc.
Excerpt: "Lets be fair, the old yellow gobbler has being around since the dawn of time, well a while anyway. But now he's going around (get it - no, you will!) like never before. No need for the complicated action hero - no need for arms and legs! Just a permanent grin and a really, really odd nose. The game bare startling similarities to super monkey ball (and thus the legendary Marble Madness). The controls are, well with no analogue stick, not quite ...
Summary: Om du blandar Mario 64, Pacman och diverse skate board spel med varandra så får du Pac n Roll. I det här spelet spelar du som Pacman, en rund boll. Du rullar runt på olika banor och samlar på dig mynt. Det låter kanske väldigt simpelt eller tråkigt men det är faktiskt ganska underhållande.Minus:Grafiken är inte jättebra, men spelet är trots allt till Nintendo DS.
Summary: HISTORIA DEL PACMAN Pac Man es un videojuego arcade creado por un japonés llamado Toru Iwatani en los años 80. Fue uno de los juegos más exitosos de aquellos años, y que ha sobrevivido todos estos años. El nombre le viene de la palabra japonesa paku que es la onomatopeya de comer, y el nombre fue Puck-man. El juego antes de llevarlo al mercado estadounidense, tuvieron miedo de que la P se cambiara por una F, entonces se quedo el nombre de Pac-man.