List of Pac-Man Video Games

List Of Pac-Man Video Games

Pac-Man is a Japanese arcade video game released in 1980 by Namco and published in North America by Midway. Namco released numerous sequels and spin-offs, many of which have also been remade on multiple platforms, including home consoles and handheld devices. The first sequels were primarily released in arcades, while later titles were released on video game consoles.

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