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Transcript: When all pac-dots are eaten, Pac-Man is taken to the next stage, Four enemies (Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde) roam the maze, trying to catch Pac-Man. If an enemy touches Pac-Man, a life is lost. When all lives have been lost, the game ends. History When Toru Iwatani hungrily stared into his pizza box, containing 2 slices short of a full pie, the idea for one of the greatest arcade games was born. At 27 years, the Japanese student came up with the idea for Pac-Man - a game that became legend . The Game's Entrance Into Society: 1980 - Midway first released the Pacman arcade. 1981 - Atari published the first wave of home version: 2600 1983 - Apple, PC, Commodor 64, Vic 20, TI-99-4A 1996 - Namco re-released the arcade version as part of the Namco Classics Vol. 2 Group The player controls Pac-Man through a maze, eating pac-dots or pellets. Pac-Man is one of the longest running video game franchises from the golden age of video arcade games and one of only three video games that are on display at the Smithsonianin Washington, D.C. pacman How it is played Pacman Skills and Action games (Maze) among the most famous arcade games of all time. having generated more than $2.5 billion in quarters by the 1990s. also one of the highest-grossing video games of all time, Gaming Platforms In 1983, Jr. Pac-Man was introduced, Ms. Pac-Man the following year, in 1982 References: Pac-Man is an arcade game uses the C programming langugage first released in Japan on May 22, 1980. developed by Namco •Arcade Machines •Handheld Game Consoles •Mobiles •PC •Virtual games Pac-land Pac-Mania Pac-Man 2 Pac-Man VR Pac-In-Time Pac-Man 3D Group (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr


Transcript: 1. When you start off the game it seems very attracting. This is good because it is very easy to play. 2. On level 1 it tells you what keys to play on therefor no one will get muddled up on what keys to press instead of pressing the letters. 3. It can tell you on the side all the instructions therefor you wont have to figure it out yourself. Thing that i will use to recreate! Things that i wouldn't use! Pacman Many people have played this game and quoted: "This game is easy but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone because its not very exciting." "Pacman is a classic game but this version is not" Pacman This is pacman level 2 and you can see that it cant get past that way and it is also very blurry. 3 good points If I were to recreate this game the things that I wouldn't use are: 1. A really hard maze because it can confuse the children. As you can see below the maze is very confusing. The things that I would improve is: 1. On level 2 make sure it is not blurry because the kids eyesight will hurt after seeing the blurry screen after a while. 2. To make sure that it doesnt get stuck because then people will think that they have lost and never go on the game and tell other people not to go on that game. 3 bad points Things we would improve Quotes The things that I will use if I recreate this game is: 1. Sounds. I would use sounds because it will sound very boring and there wont be any excitement to it. 2. Timer because then they will get panicked and try to beat their score which means that they will play again and again but a certain time to play because if they play too long they will be addicted to it and wont go to sleep therefor they will wake up late for school and miss their education whic is useful in their life. Pacman is a simple game on scratch 1.4 which has many errors but is also a very attractive kind of game for kids. Ratings: 1. On level 2 it doesn't get past certain ways. This is bad because that means you cant get past level 2 and they will think that they have lost. 2. It is very blurry so we cant see the game properly. This is bad because then if people with bad eyesight will not be able to see even with glasses. 3. Finally, once the pacman is stuck on a certain place then it cant move anywhere else other than turning. Therefore anybody who is playing it they will have to go off the game and start again but the same problem arises several times.


Transcript: PACMAN REVIEW By Mythily Nair 8S Features of a Great Game - Colourful -Challenging as you level up - Easy to pick up -Sound Effects -High Scores -Instructions -Needs to be hooking -Fun -Good Name -Back story/ Objectives -Eye catching logo Pac-man was a phenomenon. It holds the esteemed title of highest grossing video-game of all time. $2.5 billion dollars worth of quarters have passed through it's arcade machines alone. Pac-man's arcade success launched many lucrative spin-off ventures... home console conversions, cartoon shows, breakfast cereals and pop songs to name but a few. Pac-man has resonated with all types of people from different walks of life from all over the world. You don't have to be a gamer to recognise this chirpy bright-yellow superstar. ANY GLITCHES? When it comes to campaign mode, Pac-man stands out head and shoulders above the rest. Why is that so, I hear you ask ever so politely? Simply due to the fact that Pac-man wasn't satisfied with having an ending. The consensus at Namco at the time seemed to be "Why would anyone want perfection to have an end?" You can almost see their point. If something is making your company millions upon millions of dollars in revenue per year, tying up the storyline seems like a rather stupid option. Well, considering that this videogame is around 34 years old (release date 1979), we should be able to say that it has a glitch. But however, it is a glitch not many people see. It is called the SPLIT SCREEN. Upon reaching level 256 (and spending the equivalent of Ghana's annual GDP in silverware), instead of resetting the levels to reloop the screen explodes into an incoherent pixelated mess, and poor Pac-man has no option but to commit suicide by way of ghost. People dream of seeing this screen, but alas, only a few have lived to. The game everyone knows and loves, Pacman. Raked in billions for their company Namco, and still loved and worshipped by gamers across the globe. The over addictive and fun game, the chirpy yellow guy remains in our heart till today. Mr Bisby's comments: HOW DO YOU PLAY? The requirements of Pac-man were quite simple, even for it's time. Simply run around a maze eating pellets whilst being chased by ghosts. Controls did pretty much what was expected of them at the time. Up generally moved Pac-man in an upwards direction, whilst down usually had the opposite effect. Left and right movements of the joy-stick were specifically mapped to ensure your Pac-man avatar moved left and right when you told him to. The ghosts were a constant hazard. One touch from them spelled instant doom for the pill-popping P-man. There are exceptions to the rule, however. Should Pac-man stumble across a power-pellet, he'd be temporarily invincible and able to chase down the ghosts, devouring them with his gaping jaws hinged horrifically wide open. Instead of causing nightmares for all involved in playing Pac-man, the game had somewhat of an addictive quality, encouraging repeated attempts and numerous shortages of coin... much like a real-life drug dependency that Pac-man seemed to emulate eerily well FINAL WORD. WHAT IS PACMAN?


Transcript: Playing as a small yellow circle (with a triangle cut out for the mouth) you travel through a maze eating up little yellow dots for points, while avoiding the ghosts to stay alive. Eat the large yellow dots to gain point and make the ghosts turn blue, which will makes them edible for a short period of time. Simple art is used with bright colours to catch the eye. Rated E for everyone This game is a family friendly game. There is no violence or bad themes. I would rate it E for everyone. It is simple, yet addicting. I would recommend this video game to anyone. It is tons of fun and never gets old. A true classic. If I was a parent, I would let my children play this game, but only for a certain amount of time. The ghosts were all given individual names The game was mainly developed by Toru Iwatani In Japan it was first called paku paku taberu Paku paku represented the sound of widely opening and closing your mouth. In the States, Pac-Man was originally called Puck Man, but that was changed to avoid vandalism of the name. "Yet games are like good wine or Scotch: They need plenty of time to develop flavor." "Give others more fun and more kindness than they expect... it's Pac-Man's message." "The story I like to tell about the origin of Pac Man is that one lunchtime I was quite hungry and I ordered a whole pizza. I helped myself to a wedge and what was left was the idea for the Pac Man shape." Photographs from...,r:2,s:0,r:17,s:0&biw=1004&bih=583,r:6,s:0 Eat the cherries and strawberries to gain extra points

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