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Game #2028
Snack Attack II   Collection: WISE Games
Action   Other action

Rating: 7.17 (17 votes)

Snack Attack II box cover

Snack Attack II screenshot
Another wonderful Michael Abrash classic, Snack Attack II is an enhanced Pac-Man clone that is no less addictive than the arcade classic. The goal, as we all know too well, is to gobble up gumdrops and other foodstuffs while avoiding the baddies. Collecting special foods allows you to gobble up the baddies in return. Not much different from Pac-Man, although I think the levels are more devilishly designed (i.e. there are many more deadends in the higher levels), and there are more types of enemies than the Atari game. Overall, a great arcade classic that you can't really fault, except that it could have been a tad more original. Recommended.

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Michael Abrash
Developer: Funtastic
Publisher: Funtastic
Year: 1982
Software Copyright: Funtastic
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Multiplayer:  
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Cosmic Crusader, Big Top, Silpheed

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