(Drink the potion and you can beat the law!)

Money, Money
Here is yet another Pacman based game.  This time you are a crook, who is being chased by the police.  Grab up all the money and stay one step ahead of the law.  This game has a view that is more similar to Pacmania, than typical Pacman.  The screen also scrolls like Pacman, but only left and right.  Once again, you must clear the screen, this time it is money bags.  

The main character starts off in a gaudy red suit.  He strolls along and his shuffling looks alot like the dancing steps of "Gene, Gene, the dancing machine" from the Gong Show.  Every time I watch him walk along, I half expect beach balls and other items to come flying at him.  What is really funny is when you drink the potion (what is in this stuff?), you turn into an all white, clad cowboy!  Now you can kick the daylights out of the police!  Me thinks the contents of that potion are probably not very legal.  

  
(Like a Rhinestone Cowboy!)

Another odd aspect of this game is that there is a building at the end that you can climb up.  But you better beware, because it is quite easy to fall off the building and this will end the game.  

While the game is very similar to Pacman (or Pacmania), it is nowhere near as good.  The game is pretty lame, to tell the truth.  There are only two energizers and a bunch of cops, so the game is quite hard.  Plus, it just pales in comparison to Pacman or even some of the other clones.  I would avoid it, unless you really want to play all the Pacman influenced games.

This is just a review of the arcade machine.  If you are looking for the actual arcade machine, you may want to check out ebay.  Click below to see if you can find this game.

 

 

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