|Pac-Man and the Ghostly World|
|Platform(s)||Wii U, Xbox 360, Playstaion 4.|
Pac-Man and the Ghostly World is a game in the Pac-Man Series. The game is mix up between the Pac-Man World series and Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures. The game is similar to Sonic Generations.
Classic Pac-Man's levels move along a linear environment. Pac-Man Can't eat ghosts unless he collets a Power Berry.
The gameplay style for Modern Pac-Man is similar to "Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures." Pac-Man can eat ghosts and collect Pac-Dots that have no use. Coins can be collected in the stage as Modern Pac-Man. Pac-Man does not need a Power Berry.
Modern Pac-Man can collect some moves like Modern Metal Pac, Fire Pac, Ice Pac, and Ball Pac. He needs to buy these items with coins. Classic Pac-Man needs to buy these items with, Power Berries. Classic Pac-Man's item, is Classic Metal Pac-man.
- Story Mode
- Multiplayer Gamepad (Wii U only)
- Classic Game Mode
The Development begin, when Namco was treated with hate. When Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures games had bad ratings, Namco thought it would just end the series.
Namco then started a poll, to ask people the best Pac-Man World levels. After that Namco also asked the fans to give ideas for the new Pac-Man games.
Then, Rumors spread, saying that there was going to be a Pac-Man Remake Game. On "Insert Date here*, Namco reveals "Pac-Man and the Ghostly World."
The writers of the story are Ken Pontac and Warren Graff who were famous for Happy Tree Friends and Kung Fu Carol.
- Mrs. Pac-Man
- Time Eater
- Pac-Man (Both Modern and Classic)
- Mrs. Pac-Man (When Game is Beated)
- Inky, Pinky, Clyde, Blinky (Modern only)
- Inky, Pinky, Clyde, Blinky (Classic Only)
- Vonn Karma