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minis Round-Up: 1 December 2010

PAC-MAN Championship Edition from Namco Bandai Networks Europe, Ltd.

Pac-Man

PAC-MAN is celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year and what better way to celebrate than to bring the game to minis. The No.1 Arcade game of all time has been given the next gen treatment complete with amazing graphics and 6 new game modes. Race against the clock, eat the PAC pellets and avoid the ghosts. New features include a maze in the dark, a breakneck speed mode and a maze that changes shape.

Pac-Man

Developed by original PAC-MAN creator Tōru Iwatani, this is an authentic PAC-MAN experience.

Check out the PAC-MAN Championship Edition blog post for more details.

Edge from Mobigame

Edge

Develop your telekinetic strength by pushing a Cube within a geometric universe. Platforms, enigmas and reflexes combine to make Edge a rich and comprehensive game.

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  • 46 levels to challenge
  • 18 unique tunes!
  • A simple, addictive game for every type of player
  • Winner of multiple awards including Best Mobile Game at Videogame Festival Milthon Award, Paris

See the gameplay video at mobigame.net.

Super Fruitfall from System 3 Software

Super Fruitfall Deluxe

Super Fruitfall is the perfect puzzle game for entertaining and challenging players of all ages and abilities.

Super Fruitfall is easy to learn but its super-addictive gameplay will keep you coming back for more.

Super Fruitfall Deluxe

Level after level of puzzle action will put your head in a spin as your fruit tumble around the screen. Group the fruits together in straight lines to remove them from the screen or cunningly stack them to clear more than one fruit type and earn big bonuses.

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Bought the full PSN game last week, and today I saw it as a Mini..I to myself “I’ll been having that thank you very much” :)

Now I can have it on the move. It’s very good too. :)

 

Pac-man is what I bought. For got to say what game. :p

 

Bought all today’s minis! That will keep me warm during these cold days :)

Are there any plans to make Tetris mini playable on the PS3? I always have the feeling that my collection is missing an important part of videogame history :[

OneTonKillEm 2 December, 2010 @ 4:33 pm   5

I don’t normally buy minis, but I had to buy the Pac-Man Championship Edition and Tetris for my PSP.

OneTonKillEm 2 December, 2010 @ 5:18 pm   6

Ok, having bought and played the PSP minis version of Pac-Man, The ps3 version is 100% better. The PSP version is over priced and has been cut down way to much and does not include half the amount of selectable options, levels or unlockable characters like the PS3 version and Sony you charge us £3.99? I feel cheated. I’m very disappointed.

Also I have a quick question for the staff at Sony: What is the name of the music track being played in the first half of the God of War Ghost of Sparta Origins trailer? Any one know?

DoktorHauser 3 December, 2010 @ 11:06 am   7

“The PSP version is over priced and has been cut down way to much and does not include half the amount of selectable options, levels or unlockable characters like the PS3 version and Sony you charge us £3.99?”

Technically, the PSP version hasn’t been cut down at all. It’s simply a port of the original Pac-Man CE, which was first released on XBox Live Arcade in 2007. The PS3 version is the newly expanded Pac-Man CE DX edition, which includes all the new options and modes. Also, it’s £3.49, not £3.99. (I’m guessing the iPhone or Android versions are still cheaper, though.)

But I do agree with you in a way; I don’t see why the DX edition couldn’t be released on the PSP as well. It does seem a bit odd to port the 3-year old version when the new version has just been released on other systems.