PAC-MAN Bounce

PAC-MAN Bounce

PAC-MAN Bounce is for all the fans of the Pac-Man game but this app adds more to the entire adventure by adding puzzles. So in a few words here you will have to use your imagination a bit and not eat balls while avoiding ghosts.

What is PAC-MAN Bounce all about, then? The game starts with slightly annoying arcade music (as it should) and numerous levels to beat. Here you will be eating balls again but in order to finish a level you will also have to eat a special key that will unlock the next level, so to say. In addition there’s an arrow that you will have to use in order to give Pac-Man a direction to follow. This is the puzzle element in the game that requires some thinking and without it you will not be able to beat a level and then proceed. When you do, you get a new level that is harder than the one before so try to beat it!

This is what PAC-MAN Bounce is all about. The game comes with arcade music and 2D graphics and this is it. All in all PAC-MAN Bounce is not a bad game. It is for fans of Pac-Man and for people who want to kill some time. And we have to say – it does a great job at doing this!

PAC-MAN Bounce is here on Google Play.

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