Pac 'n Roll DS

  • Publisher: Namco
  • Release Date: Aug 23, 2005
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Summary: In Pac'N Roll, the inhabitants of Pac-World have been turned into spheres by the evil monster Golvis’ Ghost Light. Pac-Man must roll his way through Ghost-Land, collecting pellets and confronting Ghosts to save his family and restore peace to Pac-Land. Introducing an innovative new control scheme, Pac'N Roll lets players control Pac-Man with the Nintendo DS stylus. Players can roll and dash around the environment as well as execute maneuvers such as hairpin turns, immediate stops and precision rolling with effortless strokes of the stylus. In his quest to save Pac-Land, Pac-Man will venture through stages such as Castle Pac, Gyro-Jungle and the Ghost House, while facing perilous hazards like moving floors, dash panels, jump zones and wind zones. Along the way, Pac-Man will find power-ups like the Winged Chocolate, allowing him to fly through the worlds and jump over Ghosts, or the "Knight Chocolate," providing him with armor which grants him the power to crash through walls and withstand more damage. Pac’N Roll also includes the original Pac-Man arcade game, allowing up to two players to munch on pellets and claim the highest score. [Namco]
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Rating: E
Developer: Namco
Genre(s): Action
Number of Players:1 Player
Cast Credit
Koji Yamamoto Graphics Artists
Nobutaka Nakajima Producer
Takahiro Okano Director
Tadashi Iguchi Game Designers
Masataka Yanagi Game Designers
Hiroshi Kajita Lead Programmer
Masakuzu Yorifuji Game Programmers
Yohei Miura Game Programmers
Toshihiro Kushizaki Game Programmers
Kana Ishikawa Tools Programmer
Aiko Shimosako Art Director
Chikako Iwama Graphics Artists
Keiko Nishi Graphics Artists
Takeshi Azuma Graphics Artists
Shinpei Nosei Graphics Artists
Kiyoe Hachiman Graphics Artists
Etsuo Ishii Music & Sound
Etsuo Ishii Music & Sound
Yoshinori Kawamoto Music & Sound
Yoshinori Kawamoto Music & Sound
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Awards & Rankings

#55 Most Discussed DS Game of 2005