Pac-Man: Ghost Zone was a cancelled game in the Pac-Man series that would have been released on September, 19 of 1996.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
The game would have started with the main character getting sucked into a Pac-Man machine by the evil Ghost-Lord and somehow mutating to Pac-Man.
Common-Enemies Were....[edit | edit source]
- Cord-Snakes(AKA Scuzy-Snakes)
- NC Hammer
Ghosts:[edit | edit source]
- & the Ghost-Lord
Attacks[edit | edit source]
The gameplay would have simple with Pac-Man's attack list being....
Eat[edit | edit source]
Pac-Man automaticly eats dots & power-ups.
Chomp[edit | edit source]
Pac-Man damages or kills enemies by eating them. Only works on ghost if a power pellet is being used.
NOTE: Pac-Man must be beside an enemy to chomp them.
Combo-Chomp[edit | edit source]
Pac-Man chomp-attacks from above, and inflict 2x the damage of a regular chomp.
Super-Chomp[edit | edit source]
After picking-up a knife & fork Pac-Man gets "hunger-crazed" and, eats ANY opponent if he gets near them. He can also chew through crates & even walls sometimes.
Power-Shot(RED GLOVES)[edit | edit source]
An attack which was saved for the later game. Pac-Man fires a energy blast from his hand that does damage to all enemies but, ghosts unless a power pellet is used. The power pellet blast was cut in the later game.
Flash-Mittens(GREEN GLOVES)[edit | edit source]
Stuns all enemies briefly.
Ice-Mittens(BLUE GLOVES)[edit | edit source]
Freezes all enemies but, Ice-Ghosts breifly.
Fire-Mittens(ORANGE GLOVES)[edit | edit source]
Burns all enemies. Completely shatters Ice-Ghosts.
Sonic-Mittens(GREEN GLOVES)[edit | edit source]
Repulses all enemies back long enough to make a quick-escape.
Cancellation[edit | edit source]
The game overall didn't stand out and was scraped by Namco Hometech and was rebuilt as Pac-Man World which made the Greatest Hits lineup. Although many Pac-Maniacs are sad that some features including a Frogger styled level didn't make Pac-Man World. Most fans are happy that the general story was scraped though.