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Pac-Man World: 20th Anniversary is a 1999 3D platform video game developed and published for the PlayStation and Game Boy Advance by Namco. Controlling Pac-Man, the player must complete each of the game’s six worlds by collecting a certain amount of pellets to open up an exit door. The plot follows Pac-Man’s enemies, the ghosts, crashing his 20th birthday and kidnapping his friends and family to bring them to their homeland of Ghost Island — with his birthday in ruins and his family in trouble, Pac-Man sets out to rescue them and defeat the ghosts.
The game originally began as an open-world adventure game titled Pac-Man Ghost Zone, with development headed by director Bill Anderson and designer Scott Rogers. After being unhappy with the game’s quality, Namco scrapped the game and fired nearly the entire team aside from Rogers and a few others. The development team focused on making the game live up to the “flavor and feel” of the original Pac-Man, and to successfully bring the character into an enjoyable 3D adventure game.
Pac-Man World is a 3D platform video game. Controlling Pac-Man, the player must complete each of the game’s six worlds to rescue his family and friends, who are held captive by the ghosts in their homeland of Ghost Island. Worlds consist of four levels each (except the Ruins world, which has three), which are completed by eating all of the pellets to open up an exit door. The final level of each world has a boss that Pac-Man must defeat in order to progress. At the beginning of the game, only three worlds are available, while the other three are unlocked by completing all prior worlds. The six worlds in the game each feature distinctive themes, e.g. the first world, Pirate, features ships, cannons, and beaches.
Pac Man World
North America: November 17, 2004
Game Boy Advance
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