This is a real golden oldie. Pure retro gaming with one of the unofficial versions of Pac Man that made it onto the ZX Spectrum.
This one was programmed by Crash Magazine's very own Derek Brewster, and was released by DK'Tronics in 1983.
There were a lot of Pacman games on the ZX Spectrum, and this one is pretty standard and plays well enough. Crap loading screen though.
Most of the Pacman game features are present: A nice yellow Pacman (or Munch Man) for you to control; four enemy ghosts coloured yellow, green, cyan and magenta, pac-dots, power pellets and a wrap around game screen.
The only thing that seems to be missing is the bonus fruits that Pacman could eat for extra points.
They don't seem to remain in the central ghost pen for very long either!
If you like Pacman then I would say give this one a go. It is not really any worse than the official arcade conversion of Pacman from Atarisoft.
For me you can't beat the original arcade game, and none of the Speccy versions I have played manage to capture the magic completely. Still, for a 1983 game this one ain't bad.
GENRE: Arcade Game (Pacman Game)
RELEASE DATE: 1983
RELEASED BY: DK'Tronics
DEVELOPER(S): Derek Brewster
Classic Games, Arcade Games and ZX Spectrum Games