A neat old school pacman clone, with disks replacing the ghosts and two Terminal City style men replacing pacman.
The game is two player, and features some great music from Hunters Moon by Matt Gray.
The graphics are nothing to write home about, nor are the sprites, but the game is typical of its time and has something about it which makes it a fun little game. The only annoying thing is the time to eat all the dots.
The game seems pretty much complete, though this was planned for release by a company which is unknown. It would have been likely that the music would have had to been changed.
Chris recently got in touch with GTW and tells us that he wrote the game because it was his first attempt at writing a game he wanted a 2 player pacman game.
Andie apparently tried to sell the game, but sadly according to Chris, the game was too weak to be sold. So this was all that was ever done.
Not a bad clone… pacman would be happy…
Contributions: Jason Kelk, Chris Fitzsimons
Chris Fitzsimons speaks to GTW about work on Crackmania...
"I wrote this game because it was my first attempt at writing a game and I wanted to have a 2 player version of pacman.
Being computer obsessed, I used chips/bits and floppy disks.
I think Andie tried to sell it as a cheaply but quality was well below par."