The NES CLASSIC SERIES version of Pac-Man might have the most worthless Single-Pak link option on Gameboy Advance as it features all the same gameplay elements as a “pass the console” multiplayer mode. Single-Pak linking takes some effort so it is more efficient to just hand the GBA to your gaming partner if you want to play competitive Pac-Man. This version also isn’t great due to the laggy controls.
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