Pac-Man Collection is a 2001 video game compilation published by Namco for the Game Boy Advance. It includes four titles in the Pac-Man series
This area did not score higher because of one very inconvenient flaw in the game- you can’t save your high scores. With all the data that a GBA cartridge could hold, you would think that they could put a save feature in the game. Sure, you could write your scores on a piece of paper, but if you have a friend or a brother who wants to play a game on your cartridge, there’s no way to keep track of who has the high score.
Another perfect category. The controls are straightforward and easy to figure out, and also better than those in the arcade- a D-Pad is easier to use than one of those old joysticks. Easily enough, any direction pushed on the D-Pad will guide Pac-Man to where you want to go, and A is used to jump in Pac-Mania. A is always used to change the blocks’ direction, Pac-Man, and the ghosts in Pac-Attack, a unique puzzle game.
The replay value suffers a little bit here because of the issue with the inability to save your scores, mentioned earlier in the review. But then again, Pac-Man brings a lot of nostalgia back in his return to this game, and Pac-Man Arrangement has a unique way of new gameplay that makes it fun to play, with the ability to save and more fast-paced movement. Pac-Mania and Pac Attack are extra games thrown in to try every little while just for a new experience.