PAC-Match Party App Review

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of PAC-MAN, Namco Networks, a leading publisher and developer of mobile, iPhone and PC games for mass-market casual gamers, today announced the launch of PAC-Match Party on iPhone and iPod touch, and the iPad.

How to Play

Swap adjacent game pieces to make matches of 3 items or more.


  • PAC-MAN – Drag PAC-MAN to eat frightened ghosts.
  • Scramble – Mix up the tiles.
  • Eat Column – Eat up a column of tiles.
  • Eat Row – Eat up a row of tiles.
  • Eat Both – Eat up a column and row of tiles.
  • Cherry Bomb – Blow up all tiles of the same type. The fuse is lit, so use it fast!
  • PAC-Bomb – Blow up a 3×3 tile area.


Drag PAC-MAN into the play area. Drop him on a tile. Then let go and watch him eat!


  • Match 3 With A Retro Twist!
  • Addictive Gameplay!
  • Crazy Combos!
  • 30 Levels!
  • Exciting Power-ups!

My Review: This is not my regular PAC-MAN, but it’s fun and addictive. I liked seeing the old characters again but playing it in a new way. You try to match up three in the middle of the game while avoiding those nasty ghosts. Try to get the power-ups so you can move quicker, but find your balance. You may want to wait until the game gets more difficult to use them.

Buy It: PAC-Match Party App is available for $1.99

Sweepstakes: Win a PAC-MAN themed smart car! Open to 18 years of age and live in the U.S. and Canada.

Disclosure: I received this review as a member of the Game Review Network.

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