Pac-Man (video game)

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Pac-Man
DeveloperNamco
PublisherNamco, Midway
SystemsApple II, Arcade, Arcade Blast!, Arcade1Up, Atari 2600, Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit, Commodore 64, Dreamcast, Flashback Blast!, Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, , Game Gear, IBM PC Booter, Intellivision, iPod, Neo Geo Pocket Color, NES Classic Edition, Nintendo 64, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, TI-99/4A, VIC-20, Windows, Xbox, Xbox 360, ZX Spectrum
ReleasedArcade
JP: May 22, 1980
NA: October 26, 1980
Atari 2600
NA: March 1982
Atari 8-bit computers
NA: June 1982
Atari 5200
November 1982
Apple II, IBM PC booter, C64, TI-99, VIC-20
1983
Intellivision
October 1983
MSX, NES, ZX Spectrum
1984
Game Boy
1990
Game Gear
1991
PlayStation
1995
Game Boy Color, Neo Geo Pocket Color
1999
Nintendo 64
NA: October 31, 1999
Sega Dreamcast
NA: June 25, 2000
Visual Memory Unit
2000
PlayStation 2
2001
Game Boy Advance
NA: July 13, 2001
EU: December 7, 2001
JP: January 11, 2002
GameCube, Xbox
2002
Mobile games developed with Java ME
2003
PlayStation Portable
2005
iPod, Xbox Live Arcade
2006
Nintendo DS
NA: September 18, 2007
JP: October 11, 2007
EU: February 22, 2008
Windows Phone
2010
Wii
NA: November 26, 2010
PS3, PSP, Vita
JP: December 11, 2013
NA: September 30, 2014
Nintendo Switch
WW: July 28, 2017
Bandai Namco Flashback Blast!
NA: September 27, 2018
Arcade1Up
NA: November 16, 2018
Bandai Namco Arcade Blast!
NA: May 13, 2020
Added to
museum
Xbox 360 (Namco Museum): December 25, 2008
Arcade1UP: July 10, 2019
Flashback Blast!: April 20, 2020
Arcade Blast!: August 1, 2020
NES (licensed Tengen version): November 3, 2020

Pac-Man is an arcade game by Namco. It was the first game in the Pac-Man series.