Category Archives: Pac-Man clones

Pac-Man Games That Aren’t Pac-Man: Deluxe Pac-Man

“Amiga” Means “Friend,” Not Girlfriend, You Twit — That’s “Novia” I do believe I’ve mentioned my computer history on this blog before, but just in case I didn’t, or in case you’re a new reader, here’s my story. For an … Continue reading

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Pac-Man Games That Aren’t Pac-Man: Munchman

“Wait, what about the May entry in this series?” Look, bub, I own this blog, and I get to call the shots, ‘kay? I mean, hey, I have two jobs, a podcast, and a personal life, so I get to … Continue reading

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Pac-Man Games That Aren’t Pac-Man: Alien

It’s been a busy April, to say the least. Indeed just today it hit me that May starts tomorrow but I have yet to post about a Pac-Man clone this month. Does this mean that I’ve run out? Oh, dear reader, … Continue reading

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Pac-Man Games that Aren’t Pac-Man: Pac the Man X (and a buttload of semicolons)

Games are Fun, but Keep First Things First I hope Phil the No-Swear Gamer doesn’t mind my stealing his signoff for this heading, but I need to revisit briefly my review of Level 257, the new Pac-Man-themed restaurant/amusement center, which … Continue reading

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Pac-Man Games That Aren’t Pac-Man: Clean Sweep

Suburban Sprawl Welcomes Pac-Man Theme Restaurant I knew about this months ago, but now Pac-Man fans’ Facebook timelines are undoubtedly filled with news stories about a new restaurant, Level 257, that just opened at the Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg, IL … Continue reading

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Pac-Man Games That Aren’t Pac-Man: K.C. Munchkin!

  I remember in 1981 I got excited when I heard there was a home video game that was basically a knockoff of Pac-Man. My cousins had a 6-switch Atari VCS, and I was hoping it was for that system … Continue reading

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