Classic Pac-Man, Galaga, Dig Dug games land on the Xbox One
Many will rejoice upon hearing that Pac-Man, alongside many others beloved gaming classics, have landed on the Xbox One. Now you can play these awesome games with your friends because they support leaderboards and personalized sound settings. Each game is going for $3.99 so if you want to dive back into childhood, go ahead and press the play button!
Pac-Man first appeared in 1980 and has since been so popular that in 2005, the Guinness World Record named it the most successful coin-operated arcade machine game in history.
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Ms. Pac-Man is also available on the Xbox One, unable to leave Mr. Pac-Man all alone. Her game offers an additional Warp Tunnel and many other features. Your your task is to make her shine, so outsmart the ghosts and give her the chance to victoriously wave her trademark ribbon.
Dig Dug is two years younger than Pac-Man; it appeared in 1982.
You can dig up, down, left, and right and burrow through the earth. Use your harpoon to inflate and pop enemies or simply squish them with a rock. Trick and lure enemies into a tunnel to crush them all and score high. If you want to go to the next level, kill all the enemies on the screen.
If you want your classic game to be classic until the end, you can switch between the old and the new versions.
In Galaga, the battle against aliens started in 1981. Shoot as fast as you can and kill the aliens who want to conquer Earth. Kill them all if you want to advance to the next level. If you like fast, high-risk games, Galaga is the right choice for you.
If one game is not enough for you, buy this special bundle: Pac-Man, Galaga and Dig Dug for only $7.99 and you can save $3.98.
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