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If you have a hankering for some old-school gaming, this version of Ms. Pac-Man for the iPhone delivers most of the fun of the arcade original, with a few extra features that enhance the overall experience.
Aside from the unique controls, there's little else to the game, other than three difficulty levels and a High Score section. That said, it's not like we expected fireworks and snazzy audio effects. Ms. Pac-Man is a timeless classic and one of the greatest video games of all time, and we're glad Namco Bandai brought it to iPhone. We disagree with paying $9.99 for it, and none of the control schemes are better than the arcade machine's knob, but compared to other apps, it's among the best.
Pocket Gamer UK
The question is one of value and comes from the rather heavy price tag wrapped around a very old, frequently ported and overplayed game. Were that price tag closer to a third of its current £5.99 asking price it'd be a lot easier to recommend, but six quid (and a poorly shark) restricts Ms Pac-Man to ardent retro-heads only.