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There are multiple versions of Pacman for many calculator models. I felt that this rendition of the classic wasnt getting the attention it deserved, hence this review. Marks Pacman has all of the originals looks and gameplay, minus color and sound, of course. It also does an excellent job with size and stability.
This calculator version works very well. The file size is small enough that this game fits on all but the most extremely packed calculators. Since it is nostub it doesn't need any shells to run. It also works just fine as a ppg compressed file run with Super Start. I haven't seen any real glitches in this game at all. No matter how I try to run it, it always works.
I give Pacman a ten for gameplay, graphics, speed, size, and stability. The only low score I can give for this game is plot, for which it gets a two. I really dont care about the plot in this kind of game, but I have to wonder what the original creator of Pacman was on when he made it. Mark did a very nice job in bringing this classic to the ti-89. The only things missing are color and sound.