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Pac-Man World 3 Latest News - PSP

Game Description:The landmark Pac-Man franchise celebrates its 25th anniversary with the third installment of Pac-Man World, which finds Pac-Man with a host of new powers. The evil genius Erwin has built a gadget that can penetrate the ghost world. It's up to Pac-Man to enter this strange Spectral Realm and prevent it from collapsing into ours! Use new moves like climbing fences, jumping up walls, and punching enemies. Unleash power-ups like the Time Decelerator or the Super Butt Bounce. With the chance to collect bonuses in classic two-and three-dimensional Pac-Man mazes, play the original arcade version, and control ghosts Pinkie and Clyde, the whole Pac-Man World is at your fingertips!
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  • A 420 Treat: Top Five Food-Related Video Games

    In honor of 4.20, TheFeed is proud to present a list of the top five food-related games ever made in video game history. Enjoy it with some raw cookie dough and a huge glass of milk. Pac-man-- Old-school games are really heavy on creatures eating one another, a theme that isn’t explored in modern games nearly enough, and 1983’s...

    Posted April 20, 2010

    A 420 Treat: Top Five Food-Related Video Games

 


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