This Retro Arcade Game Is Challenging and Has Never Grown Old

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Pac-Man

This arcade game Pac-Man designed by Toru Iwatani, Japanese video game designer of Namco, and released to the market nearly four decades ago in 1980 has never grown old as its retro is still loved by many.

As revealed in the Google Play store, the Pac-Man app produced by Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc., has achieved more than 100 million installs on Android mobile devices. The game is free to play and also available on iOS devices such as the iPhone and iPad.

Featuring classic 8-bit arcade action, the maze chase game comes in with a variety of mazes, different levels of difficulty, plenty of stages, daily missions and weekly tournaments for you to explore and compete against rivals.

The latest release gives you access to a brand-new experience with specially designed mazes in which Pac-Man with Red Bull cans is energized with lightning power to kill Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde from a distance.

This arcade game stands the test of time. It is easy to play, but hard to master as you move on to advanced stages.

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Have had free version this game on my desktop since 2012, and without ads, but site has since changed over to play free for one hour, then buy games. Thanx for the update.