Free to play Official PAC-MAN game app @ Google Play
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Free to play Official PAC-MAN game app @ Google Play

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Found 10th May
Enjoy everyone’s old favorite classic arcade game, PAC-MAN, for FREE!

Earn high scores as you eat fruit and run away from the Ghosts: Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde. Or, gobble a Power Pellet and get the Ghosts before they get you! PAC-MAN is the retro arcade game you know and love, but bigger and better than ever before! Join millions of fans worldwide and compete in Tournaments, experience new Mazes, earn Achievements, and win bragging rights at the top of the Leaderboards!
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- Contains Ads and offers in-app purchases -

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So it should be free...been around since 1980
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So it should be free...been around since 1980
Thanks
Another, always been free game, but yes its still a good heads up
But it’s always been free and has a ton of pop up adverts....
Oh no. Nonononono. What have you done? Please don't introduce me to another addictive Pac-Man again.
D3ATHST3P47 m ago

But it’s always been free and has a ton of pop up adverts....


This. 'free' would be minus the adverts.
"Enjoy everyone’s old favorite classic arcade game, PAC-MAN, for FREE!"


We're in the UK, not the USA
WillieGophar1 h, 25 m ago

"Enjoy everyone’s old favorite classic arcade game, PAC-MAN, for F …"Enjoy everyone’s old favorite classic arcade game, PAC-MAN, for FREE!"We're in the UK, not the USA



Indeed, William. Pip pip.
Puc Man
32Mb? I bet the original code fit into about 16Kb!
I remember the original official pac-man watch, played it to death.
If this can be played on WearOS, another ironic circle is complete.
englandbulldog16 h, 17 m ago

So it should be free...been around since 1980


yes but...Contains ads·Offers in-app purchases.
Edited by: "ssc1" 11th May
All the old Namco Classics are Free! Galaga, Galaxian, PacMan, Naruto even Tekken!! But all are fully loaded with Ads!
Why would anyone want to play this Flintstone of a game for
There was a link to website version of this on HUKD a while back - anyone know what it is?
Lost about 4 hours of my life and got severe cramp last time it was posted.
Roger_Irrelevant19 h, 3 m ago

32Mb? I bet the original code fit into about 16Kb!


The definitive version in the UK was on the Acorn BBC Micro - the Model A had 16Kb RAM of which 10Kb was taken by the Mode 5 4-colour graphics, and the Model B had 32Kb RAM of which 20Kb was taken by the Mode 2 8-colour graphics. So yes the code would definitely occupy less than 12Kb memory!
namron.vinqoe4 h, 30 m ago

The definitive version in the UK was on the Acorn BBC Micro - the Model A …The definitive version in the UK was on the Acorn BBC Micro - the Model A had 16Kb RAM of which 10Kb was taken by the Mode 5 4-colour graphics, and the Model B had 32Kb RAM of which 20Kb was taken by the Mode 2 8-colour graphics. So yes the code would definitely occupy less than 12Kb memory!


I think in those days of limited memory, the coders had to use all sorts of tricks like swapping two bytes of memory using only two bytes. By doing some exotic XOR or something I.e. not:

Set temp=a
Set a=b
Set b=temp

.. which uses three bytes.
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