This is a classic flat arcade game (PacMan) turned into a 3D fairy quest. It's not just about sweeping the galleries from monsters, collecting bonuses and recalling the old good PacMan. This time you are to come to the rescue of the Kingdom.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
16 ( -2 -12.5% )
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: This is a flat arcade game turned into a 3D fairy quest. It's not just about sweeping the galleries from monsters, collecting bonuses and recalling the old good PacMan. This time you are to come to the rescue of the Kingdom.
The Kingdom of Pickland inhabited by crazily happy roly-polies is on the brink of a disaster. The king's crown is in the hands of a sweep. The roly-poly world is doomed unless the brave little Pickman passes through innumerable galleries, comes to the villain's den and rescues the world. The galleries are unlike what can be seen in the classical Pacman. In this game the hero has to pass over the outposts of Orks, towers of seers, caves and burial places.
The game proceeds in a perfect 3D environment. With many bonuses on the way, Pickman feels highly rewarded for the taken risks. A trunk with treasures will help him turn all the chasers into helpless things, a petard found in due time can burst the monsters stock and barrel while a well-deserved mug of beer is a poisonous bonus because after a shot Pickman staggers toward his goal in acute hangover.
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