If you liked Pac-Man you will love EVAC for BlackBerry 10

By James Richardson on 27 Apr 2013 10:29 am EDT

EVAC for BlackBerry 10 reminds me of the old school Pac-Man game from back in the day. This one's a bit more up to date and with some extra features thrown in for good measure.

Much like Pac-Man you must maneuver your character around the neon mazes collecting treats and avoiding the evil bad dudes that will peruse you. There various ways of fending off the bad guys - such as moving the yellow boxes to block there path on nipping into a hole where they can't get you.

If you fancy a challenge EVAC will be right up your street. It's pretty hard though so be warned. The bright graphics and unique music soundtrack certainly make the game more enjoyable to play.

EVAC will set you back £1.50/$1.99 which in my opinion is a little high but on the other hand games like these can be very time consuming to create so the devs need all the help they can get. After all - without them we may not have even reached BlackBerry 10.

  • Unique mix of genres with arcade, action, stealth and puzzle gameplay elements.
  • 32 meticulously designed levels,  each with a different twist.
  • Creative gameplay - think of your own ways how to beat the game.
  • Online leaderboards - Your highscore can only grow bigger every time you play.
  • Signature sound by Kubatko

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If you liked Pac-Man you will love EVAC for BlackBerry 10


Why blackberry games are very expensive like where is my water its free in other phones and alot more i hate bb games experience, i have note to play with

Posted via CB10

Where's My Water is $0.99 on iOS as well as BBW. The only difference is on iOS there is a trial version before you have to unlock to the full version. Typically Android has two versions an ad-free version which is again $0.99 and a free version which littered with ads.
However not all apps are like this. There have been a few instances where I purchased an app and it was still full of annoying advertisements.

BlackBerry games are more expensive? Take Batman for example, it cost me $1.99 in BlackBerry World when this exact game was set at $6.99 for Android.

it's not free on other OS'... do your research bud... and on android u can't even PAY to have ADs removed... and oh good luck in the summer time when u have NO WHERE To put that HUGE phone.. unless u want to carry around a purse..

Learn to appreciate a developer's hard work. Pay up and enjoy it, or don't download it at all. It's only TWO DOLLARS.

James. I'm wondering how you have the room on your device for all the apps that you download. I've had to uninstall quite a few because my Z was starting to lag.

Ok. I had to ask. I just submitted a query for suggestions in the blogs because my apps are using just 6Gb of data, I have less than 100Mb of media, the OS I know naturally uses a couple of Gigs, so that leaves me with about perhaps 8Gb unaccounted for. My Z is really starting to lag. Kinda sucks.

@James: forgot to mention the dev.

This is from Hexage, best known for the free games Radiant Defense and Robotek, and for beautiful, bright, colourful graphics in general.

And as per poster above, worth mentioning that buying any Hexage game gets you it for both your BB10 handheld AND your PlayBook.
(as long as it's available on both, obviously!)

This is how you CB10, son!

That is not 100% correct. I bought all the upgrades for Radiant Defense on my Playbook, but in the Z10, Hexage wants me to buy them again. No way!!!

No, is not two dollars. Every upgrade on Radiant Defense costs beween 1 and 2 dollars (about 4 upgrades). I payed for that on my PB, not paying again on my Z10.

I'm downloading it to my playbook right now. Does anybody know if it will be available for the Q10? Thanks for the tip James!

This game reminds me how important are phisical controllers for certain games. Playing EVAC with the virtual pad is a pain. Pac-Man forever!!!