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Ms. Pac-Man for the Game Boy takes the arcade classic and shrinks it down to portable size. The object of the game: Control a chomping creature through a maze while eating dots and avoiding ghosts.
The game features two modes of play: "arcade" and "hard." Arcade mode is just like the famous quarter-muncher, and in hard mode the ghosts move faster. Two players can compete simultaneously by using a link cable or alternate turns by passing the Game Boy.
A few changes have been made to the game to squeeze it onto the small confines of the Game Boy. The entire maze is too large to be contained on the tiny screen, so the maze scrolls as you travel through it. And because the Game Boy is gray-scale, all of the ghosts look the same. The rest remains the same, though, as even the intermissions between levels are included. ~ Skyler Miller, All Game Guide