Apple Games Features iPod Gaming
7:52 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
Yesterday Apple Games posted a new feature focusing on iPod Gaming, offering reviews of Pac-Man, Vortex, and Bejeweled. In addition to detailing the gameplay, the articles also offer a collection of tips and tricks to help players get the most from their iPod gaming sessions.
From the Pac-Man review:
The object of the game is simple, but mastery of it is difficult. Eat all the dots and advance to the next level. You lose a life if a ghost touches you, but you can eat them for a brief period of time after munching one of the four power-ups found in the corners of each maze. The ghosts move faster as the dots deplete, and the action gets more intense when you progress to the next level. Gobble up bonus items, such as keys and cherries, for extra points whenever you can.Follow the link below to read more.
Apple Games: iPod Games Feature
The iPod version of Pac-Man faithfully reproduces the original arcade game, down to the sound effects and music, as well as elements of the cabinet art adorning the side of the screen. Choose from three game modes: Original, which recreates the pace of the arcade action; Normal, which is the same as Original but grants an extra life at the start; and Easy, which gives you two extra lives at the beginning and slows down the pace a bit. You can also start the game at any level between one and six, and you can continue at the level where you lost your last life up to three times per session.
Apple Store: iPod Games
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