Pac-Man Pinball Advance

Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: Pac-Man Pinball Advance challenges you to chomp dots and power pellets across two different pinball tables to rescue the residents of Pac-Land. Use the Pac-Finder to guide Pac-Man through a village and boardwalk haunted by ghosts. The game features 16 puzzling levels.
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  1. Nintendo Power
    The game's chaotic action works well when playing casually for a high score, but it falls flat when trying to complete objectives and advance to new levels. [July 2005, p.99]
  2. Game Informer
    There are few tables to choose from, all of which are fairly standard in design. [May 2005, p.136]
  3. 55
    If you find it cheap, and you know what you're getting, it may fit your bill. Not a must buy for anyone though - even pinball or pac-man freaks.
  4. A person can only flip a ball around for so long before they crave something with a little more depth.
  5. 50
    Unfortunately, those of us who actually have had any experience with pinball games won't find any reason to come back to this one after the initial feeling of nostalgia fades away.
  6. Between the broken physics and dark graphics--not to mention the egregious lack of a high-score list--Pac-Man Pinball Advance suffers from a litany of problems.