Pack Attack (むじゅうりょくで ゴー lit. Go Without Gravity in Japanese) is the twenty-fourth level and the fourth level of the fifth warp room in Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy remake of the second game. The second of two zero-gravity levels in the space station, it once again requires Crash to don his jet pack.
Compared to Rock It, it features a somewhat higher density of hazards and a couple of slightly hidden crates, but once again the only truly challenging thing is the control scheme, which can make it hard to break some crates.
- This level's name is an obvious pun on Namco's 1993 puzzle game, Pac-Attack. The game was an adaptation of Namco's 1992 puzzle game, Cosmo Gang the Puzzle, but starring Pac-Man, in exactly the same way that this level is an adaptation of Rock It, but starring Crash Bandicoot.
- Along with Rock It, The Checkpoint Crates only have C on the sides of the crate as opposed to having it on the top as well. Also because of anti-gravity the crate disintegrates and disappears instead of opening into a cross shape
- Like Rock It, the jetpack buzzer on the PAL version is much faster
- In the original version, one of the nitro crates in the level is outside of it, therefore it can't be seen.
- This crate was removed in the N. Sane Trilogy.
- The load/save screen level icon is actually from the level Rock It.
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