Pacfull World is a version of PACFULL designed to be very close to the original. PACFULL was written in December 1997 and ran with the Atari ST mono. Pacfull World runs with JAVA. There are stones, which stop you and cost points, stones, which accelerate you and cost points and stones, which can be collected to get one point. The game is won, if you have got more points than the number defined in the level file. The game is lost, if there aren't enough points anymore to collect to win the game. You also aren't allowed to leave the gamefield. The cursor keys are used to move the player-ball. You can play with a second player. Then the keys s, y, x, and c are used by the second player. Press ESC to quit a level.
This version is different from PacRunner 2 from 4.1.2022. The seven levels and two new levels are grouped in a landscape. So they form a single level with level parts out of the former levels. If enough points are collected in a level part, the level elements disappear. If all level parts are solved, the game is won.

The two additional levels can also be played with PacRunner2 and PACFULL. Therefore there are different level versions in the subfolders.

The version in the main folder uses a deprecated JAVA API and is compatible to JAVA 1.1.8, MSJVM (JView) and JAVA 1.8. There are applet versions and versions, which don't use a deprecated JAVA API (they are compatible to JAVA 1.8), in the subfolders.