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Publisher: Grandslam Entertainment     Developer: Teque Software
Year of release: 1988

Click here to see the box of this game on-line Pacmania Click here to listen to the music from Pacmania on-line
Genres : Arcade Classic

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adam payne wrote ...2006-09-27 11:45:01
Highly addictive game, with good graphics and great music from Ben Daglish.
Matt Bailey wrote ...2006-03-13 08:26:04
More addictive than the original version, better music, gameplay & graphics. This was a classic, a must have ST game. Good memories...
Mento wrote ...2004-06-21 12:51:17
I liked the music in this, otherwise it was pretty standard pac-manning around. The option to jump over the ghosts really helped.
ToYotis wrote ...2003-11-22 15:19:57
You can download the game from Automation disk 25(ftp://ftp.cs.tu-berlin.de/pub/atari/games/Automation/A_025.ST). You can see Power Pack instructions from http://www.geocities.com/yotisrx7/PowerPack.html#Pacmania.
bazfan wrote ...2003-01-12 16:55:05
graphically it is a good conversion,though the tunes were good,they were no where near the arcade version.Shame about those borders to, but played the same as any other version, so you cant knock the playability.
David Vaughan wrote ...2002-11-10 19:25:38
I have always loved playing Pacmania on the Atari ST back in 1989. I have memories of this game because when my brother used to own an Atari ST computer. He had the original Automation compact disk 25 on a floppy disk. That's the number menu in the Automation archive you can find this game on. Anyway, my dad also tried out Pacmania and he did good on it himself. That was also the time when my dad used to play Pac-Man in the arcades all the time. I always liked the 2nd level Pac-Man's Park because the music on there was the coolest. The other levels have cool music as well. Pacmania is a great classic for the Atari ST.
mefistofele wrote ...2002-10-31 13:10:48
Very nice Pac-Man indeed, and the best version.... until they released the Amiga one! Arrrrghhhh!!! Pac Mania was the first Amiga game in full overscan (followed by many more...). After having played on my mate's Amiga, I never loaded the ST version again!
Rick Dangerous wrote ...2002-03-09 06:40:59
Good old pacmania. Its so addictive, and that music was great. I loved this game, as many other's did too. And it was always worth it trying to get to the bonus level
Feige wrote ...2002-02-17 14:12:41
Definately the best Pac-Man version ever. Nice Whittaker-music, very good grafix and gameplay. The 3D-look makes it possible to jump over the ghost, but later, some (green) ghosts can jump, too! The only thing that is lacking is the amount of levels (just three or four).
Matthias Arndt wrote ...2001-11-07 17:03:30
Actually Mac-Pan made me both a Pacman and a computer gaming fan. This one plays very good (especially when compared to other versions - just think of the crappy C64 conversion *uhoh* ) and it isn't that hard. Always challenging and a great deal of fun.