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    Pac-Man Battle Royale

    Game » consists of 1 releases. Released January 2011

    Created as part of the Pac-Man series' 30th anniversary, Pac-Man Battle Royale is a player-vs-player spin-off based on Pac-Man Championship Edition, with four players duking it out as their own colored Pac-Man.

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    Pac-Man Battle Royale is a versus maze game developed and released by Namco Bandai for arcades (using PS2-based Namco System 147 hardware) in January 2011.

    A spin-off of the Pac-Man series (and based on Pac-Man Championship Edition), Battle Royale pits up to four players against each other, each as a different-colored Pac-Man (yellow, purple, blue, and red). Not only must they evade the computer-controlled ghosts, but they must also evade each other, as collecting Power Pellets also allow them to eat each other.

    Each game is played in multiple rounds (with the round limit chosen by the operator), with the last surviving Pac-Man (or all surviving Pac-Man after the time limit expires) winning the round. In a single-player game, the player faces off against a computer-controlled Pac-Man.

    Two versions of the game were released: a standard cocktail-style cabinet (where each player controls the game from a corner of the machine) and a deluxe stand-up cabinet (where each player has their own separate Pac-Man shaped control pedestal).

    The game was later ported to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC as part of the 2014 Pac-Man Museum compilation. It also received a limited-edition demo for large-screen iOS devices in 2011.


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