NAMCO BANDAI releases Pac-Man + Tournaments

NAMCO BANDAI releases Pac-Man + Tournaments

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NAMCO BANDAI recently released a brand new Pac-Man game for all you retro lovers out there.  Called PAC-MAN +Tournaments, it’s a free game with all sorts of wonderful old school flair. Bringing things up to a more modern era, the game features new mazes, colors schemes and dozens of new Bonus Items.  Joining the classic cherries, oranges, and strawberries are items such as milkshakes and sushi rolls!

Tournament mode offers new stages every week, as well as never-before-seen mazes available for purchase, achievements and leaderboards. And finally, you can win real-world prizes like Pac-Man memorabilia and gadgets.

[download_link link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.namcobandaigames.pacmantournaments” variation=”hotpink” target=”blank”]Download PAC-MAN + Tournaments (Google Play)[/download_link]

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