Pac-Land (stylized in-game as PAC-LAND) is an unlockable stage appearing in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, based upon the arcade game Pac-Land. It can be unlocked by playing on all three boards in Smash Tour.
Pac-Land is an auto-scrolling stage set within the game world over the course of the various portions of the game; like the Game & Watch stages, the stage and characters are also 2D. The stage starts at Pac-Man's house, and first travels through the town stage. Here, the roofs of the buildings can be used as platforms. Fire hydrants also appear as obstacles, shooting water at players to push them back similar to Pac-Man's attack. The next portion of the stage is the forest; tree stumps appear as obstacles blocking the way, and a foreground layer of trees can block the view of the players. The stage next heads to the bridge; this portion of the stage features multiple levels, with fire hydrants like in the town section and geysers of water that spout up to damage and knock back players.
The stage next transitions to Fairyland; the stage does not scroll here, and the Mother Fairy appears here. She presents a pair of magic boots which, if collected with hazards off, temporarily boosts jump height. Afterward, the stage transitions to the return trip, scrolling in the opposite direction; the first environment is the desert, which has cacti as obstacles blocking the way. The next part is the mountain, which features rotating and falling log platforms, moving cloud platforms, and bottomless pits. Finally is the pond, which features a springboard to cross it, before the stage returns to the town and Pac-Man's home. Another trip then starts, though this time with a different background.
The Omega form of the stage is set on a single platform on the mountain portion of the stage.
Pac-Land reappears in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Songs in My Music
|PAC-MAN'S PARK / BLOCK TOWN||PAC-MANIA||Arrangement Supervisor: Yuji Masubuchi|
Composition: BANDAI NAMCO Studios, Inc.
Arrangement: BANDAI NAMCO Studios, Inc.
|PAC-MAN||PAC-MAN||Arrangement Supervisor: Yuzo Koshiro|
Composition: BANDAI NAMCO Studios, Inc.
|PAC-MAN (Club Mix)||PAC-MAN||Arrangement: Hirokazu Tanaka. ex|
Composition: BANDAI NAMCO Games, Inc.
|Namco Arcade '80s Retro Medley 1||Namco Arcade||Original|
|Namco Arcade '80s Retro Medley 2||Namco Arcade||Original|
|Libble Rabble Retro Medley||Libble Rabble||Original|
|Sky Kid Retro Medley||Sky Kid / Sky Kid DX||Original|
|Metro-Cross Retro Medley||Metro-Cross||Original|
|Yokai Dochuki Retro Medley||Yokai Dochuki||Original|
|Bravoman Retro Medley||Bravoman||Original|
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U trophy information
|Mother Fairy||File:MotherFairyTrophyWiiU.png||Arcade PAC-LAND (1984)||NA: In the side-scrolling world of PAC-LAND, PAC-MAN runs relentlessly until he reaches Fairyland. Why? Because there's a fairy hiding under his hat who wants to get back home. Ghosts will try their best to get in the way, but PAC-MAN is determined to get the job done so he can go back home himself and see his family.|
PAL: In PAC-LAND, PAC-MAN's quest to help a lost fairy get home to the Mother Fairy takes him through all sorts of places. As always, though, ghosts do their best to get in PAC-MAN's way. When he finally gets the fairy home safe and sound, the Mother Fairy gives him a pair of magic boots so that he can quickly fly back to his family.
|PAC-MAN's House||File:PacMansHouseTrophyWiiU.png||Arcade PAC-LAND (1984)||NA: A dainty, little face-like house, PAC-MAN dreamed of raising a family in his dream home while working hard and eating power pellets. Finally, after lots and lots of hard work, his dream came true! Good job, PAC-MAN! Twenty years (or so) later, he moves into a yellow house with more rooms, but that's in another game.|
PAL: PAC-MAN must have always dreamed of raising a family in a house that looks like a face. Well, after spending ages eating power pellets and taking out ghosts, his dream came true! In another game - one which marked his 20th anniversary - he has a bigger house with more rooms. Moving up in the world, eh, PAC-MAN?
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