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Pacman Party Nintendo Wii

Pacman Party

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Nintendo Wii

Genre:
Minigames

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Pac-Man Party offers a rainy day board game that brings together a raft of power-pelleted infested minigames.

Tipping its cap to Mario Party, Pac-Man Party offers some Pac-themed fun for families and parties. Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde join newer editions to the family such as Patra, Woofa and Roger in 45 different minigames.

Like the firstparty Mario game, Par-Man party keeps each game simple enough for anyone to play and ensures they don't outstay their welcome. Fishing, cooking, racing and fighting games all make an appearances as players aim to accumulate points towards progress on the overarching board game.

Also included in the game are the original Pac-Man, Galaga and Dig Dug arcade games. It's due to be released on the Wii this autumn, but we've yet to hear whether it supports MotionPlus for extra accuracy.

Written by Paul Govan

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