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Pac-Man Party - Nintendo Wii

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About the Product

  • New and updated version of Pac Man delivers fun, engaging gameplay geared for the entire family
  • Dynamic level board serves as a center point and launching ground for over 45 mini-games & activities
  • Competitive and cooperative challenges party and family gaming
  • Arcade classics Play the original arcade versions of Pac-Man, Galaga and Dig Dug on the disc

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Product Description

Product Description

The legendary Pac Man Brand celebrates the 30th anniversary delivering a game of dozens of mini-games, challenges and surprises.

From the Manufacturer

PAC-MAN And friends return for more fun with the addition of some new faces!
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It’s Pac-Man’s Birthday Party and you’re invited! Namco celebrates the 30th anniversary of the legendary, cultural icon with PAC-MAN PARTY for Wii. Set in the theme of a birthday party, PAC-MAN stars in this game packed with dozens of mini-games, challenges and surprises. With something for everyone in the family, this Party is packed with non-stop action for one and all – from nostalgic gamers, to kids who are new to PAC-MAN FEVER.

Key Game Features

  • Brand new party game that’s fun and engaging for the entire family – Jump into mini-games and challenges designed for up to 4 players, geared for all ages. Players use their skills and reflexes to compete against one another as they move about several unique virtual game boards. Includes both cooperative and competitive challenges.
  • Features more than 45 exciting mini-games – Play fun filled time-based trials based on themes such as racing, eating, or even rolling a giant snowball…Knock your friends off a mountain top or test your skills in adventures requiring precision and endurance such as curling, tennis, and golfing challenges.
  • Three modes of play:
    • Story Mode – Explore all the game board worlds and meet new characters.
    • Mini-Game Mode – A quick fix for those wanting the sudden rush of competition.
    • Party Mode – A more in-depth party experience that has up to four friends traveling across different themed boards in a race to collect the most points.
  • Strategic gameplay – Strategically build and develop property on any given space to increase wealth. Utilize Power Cookies to help level the playing field and encourage big comebacks, these can be unleashed to increase a characters size or put extra force and speed behind each movement.
  • Added bonus – Includes the original arcade versions of PAC-MAN®, Galaga® and Dig-Dug®.
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Engage in competitive four-player action!
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Immerse yourself in fun, colorful stages!
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PAC-MAN Party features more than 45 unique mini-games!
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Fresh, new character designs bring PAC-MAN and friends to life!
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Product Information

Release date November 16, 2010
Customer Reviews
4.1 out of 5 stars 152 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,774 in videogames
#53 in Video Games > Wii > Games
Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
Product Dimensions 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
Media: Video Game
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Our family really loves Mario Party 8, of course nothing compares to it. Mario is the bomb!!! But this game is really neat and plays much like Mario party 8 (at least we think so). It's alot like a board game. I will admit in the beginning I was a little confused, but once you give it a chance and play a few different boards and spend some time getting to know the game, you realize how much fun it really is. The confusing part for me was that when its your turn to go (you don't always see your man moving). It took some getting used to but the mini-board on the side of the screen shows your man moving when its not his turn to see him move. Also, your running and eating cookies (pac-dots as I call them) so, you never really know where your going to land since there is no distinct spaces on the ground like what you have in Mario party 8. This way, I think it keeps you interested and surprised. But its all good, the mini games are really neat and is a welcome change from playing the same mini games over and over in Mario Party 8. I am a pac-man fan!!! I have played pac-man when I was growing up, so it was nice to see the original pac-man game on here (like an extra bonus) along with dig dug and galaga. I would definately give this one a try. I pre-ordered it for the pre-order price, in the end I think it was around $40 something. I'm not sorry either. IF you could get it cheaper go for it!!! Also, about the wii controller, it works good with the game just as it does in Mario Party 8, but I would definately recommend a classic controller for the pac-man, galaga, and dig dug bonuses (it plays better with the classic controller). Have an open mind and remember to play it a few times before making a judgement. The first time we played, I played 5 times (different game boards). Some game boards are longer than others, so if you don't want to play a longgggggggggg game you can play a short board. I like that feature. HOpe all of this helps.
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This includes Pac Man, Galaga and Dig Dug. All three translate well to the Wii and are fun to play even being as old as they are. I found the main "party" game is a bit repetitive and boring after a while, but my 11 year old loves it.
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My family (me, my husband, and my daughter- age 6) play a few rounds of Wii Party or Mario Party 9 instead of watching TV every night. It's been great fun, and so I thought I would add to the mix of games by trying out Pac-Man Party.

This game is a weird mix between Monopoly and Mario Party. The currency in "Pac-Man Party" is cookies, and you earn cookies by moving around the game board and claiming bits of land and building castles on that land with your colors. Like Monopoly, each time you make a lap around the game board, you earn more cookies, except in "Oac-Man Party", your cookie value goes up based on how many castles you own. When you land on someone else's castle, you battle them for ownership by playing a mini-game. The other players compete as well, but they play for bonus cookies.

I have to admit, it took us a few laps around the board before we figured out what we were doing or what the game was about, but it was still great fun. The mini-games are easy to pick up, and vary enough so that different players will find different games they excel at and everyone gets a chance at winning. (beware: no practice mode on any of the mini-games, so the first time playing is sort of confusing as you figure it out.)

For the price, this is a *GREAT* game. It's colorful and relatively easy to pick up. It's perfect for families, parties, or young children. I will say that I can't imagine two 12-year-olds sitting down with this game and doing serious battle- it's very lighthearted.

If you love Wii Party and Mario Party and are looking for another Wii "board game" to add to your collection, you'll love this.
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Very nice family game, the games are easy for the kids (+5) and enjoyable enough for adults.

I do have mario party and I love it but this one isn't so bad and honestly I find my kids enjoy how easy the mini games are for them compared to Mario Party.
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Pac-Man Party is, for the most part, a cheap knockoff of Mario Party 8. The gameplay is practically EXACTLY the same, and a lot of the minigames look like they were lifted directly from Mario Party 8 and given Pac-Man characters.

For starters, the characters look NOTHING like their classical least the Mario characters bear SOME resemblance to their 8-bit counterparts!! For one thing, Pac-Man has legs and arms...uhhh....and all of the ghosts have weird hairstyles and they range from fat to impossibly skinny.

Some of the courses bear a lot of resemblance to the Mario Party courses, such as the haunted course in this game being almost exactly the same as Boo's Mansion in Mario Party 8. Even a lot of the minigames are lifted directly from Mario Party 8 and given a Pac-Man twist. One example is the one where you have to shake the soda bottle as hard as you can to see how high up you fly. This is an exact ripoff of the one in Mario Party 8 where you shake the soda CAN to see how high the soda blasts up. R-I-P-O-F-F. Each round also starts with a "miniminigame" to decide how many spots you move during that round and overall these games are very tedious and kind of a waste of time. Each course also has a "boss" so to speak and they appear after you pass a certain spot a certain number of times. These "bosses" have nothing to do with the main adventure at all and ultimately seem like a waste of time - the battles last almost 5 minutes for practically no reward. Oh and the time it takes to play one board is around 60-90 minutes whereas in a Mario Party game one board takes 30-45 minutes. 60-90 minutes per board is way too long.

The graphics for this game are okay...they're not all that great but I've seen worse.
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