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But just because the game was influenced by Pac-Man does not mean that it's completely derivative. In fact, it took me a few minutes to make the connection. This isn't a blatant rip-off like Lock N' Chase or Thief, both of which center on the cops-are-the-bad-guys motif in a maze-like setting. City Connection differs enough with Pac-Man not to be considered a rip-off, yet it has a similar charm. So while this game is not revolutionary by any means, it deserves to be played. Treat yourself to a game of City Connection.
Each level, obviously, gets a little more difficult, but by the second level, you’ll be asking why you’re even investing time into this poorly conceived and executed waste of time.