Pack Attack is the twenty-fourth level in Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back. The second of two zero-gravity levels in the space station, it once again requires Crash Bandicoot to don his jetpack.
Compared to Rock It, it features a somewhat higher density of hazards and a couple slightly hidden crates, but once again the only truly challenging thing is the rushed, awkward control scheme mechanics system which can make it hard to break some crates.
This level's name is an obvious pun on rival Namco's 1993 puzzle game, Pac-Attack. Said game was an adaptation of rival 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.
This stage holds the second to last Crystal in the game. Curiously, the last Crystal in the game is, instead, held in Spaced Out for some reason. It is never explained in-game why they opted to put it there instead of here.