Dot munching fun
Pac Man was first released in 1980 and became the world’s most famous arcade game. Get back to munching dots and Power Pellets and running away from ghosts. Chomp blinking Power Pellets to temporarily weaken the ghosts so that you can eat them up before they get their power back. You can play the Classic Arcade mode or you can try the new Enhanced Mode with updated graphics and sounds. There are 256 dot-chomping levels and you can test your skills with new stats. This game is loads of fun and will take you back to those fun filled years.
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