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The Pac-Man series, also known as the Pac series, is a series of puzzle and adventure games by Namco, starring the titular yellow character.
- Pac-Man (May 22, 1980), Arcade. Later released for Atari 2600, Atari 800, Commodore VIC-20, Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit, Apple II, Commodore 64, Intellivision, NES, MSX, Game Boy, Game Gear, Neo Geo Pocket Color, Game Boy Color, Mobile phone, Xbox Live Arcade, iPod Classic, Windows Phone 7. The NES version was also rereleased for Game Boy Advance in the NES Classics series, for Wii Virtual Console, and enclosed in the NES Classic Edition.
- Ms. Pac-Man (June 21, 1981), Arcade. Later released for Atari 2600, Atari 5200, Atari 7800, Atari 8-bit, Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, Sega Master System, NES, SNES, Atari Lynx, Game Boy Color, Xbox Live Arcade, iPhone.
- Pac-Man Plus (March 13, 1982), Arcade.
- Super Pac-Man (August 11, 1982), Arcade. Later released for DOS, Commodore 64, mobile phone.
- Pac & Pal (1983), Arcade.
- Pac-Land (1984), Arcade. Later released for Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari Lynx, Atari ST, Commodore 64, NES, MSX, TurboGrafx-16, ZX Spectrum.
- Pac-Mania (1987), Arcade. Later released for Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, MSX, NES, Master System, Mega Drive, Sharp X68000, ZX Spectrum, Zeebo, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, Wii Virtual Console, iOS.
- Pac-Attack (October 10, 1993), Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, SNES, Game Boy, PlayStation, Game Gear, CD-i, Wii Virtual Console, iOS. Sometimes called Pac-Panic.
- Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures (August 26, 1994), SNES, Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. Known in Japan as Hello! Pac-Man.
- Pac-In-Time (1994), Super NES, Game Boy, DOS, Macintosh.
- Pac-Man Arrangement (March 1996), Arcade. Released within Namco Classic Collection Vol. 2.
- Pac-Man VR (October 8, 1996), Arcade.
- Pac-Man World (September 30, 1999), PlayStation. Released in 2004 for Game Boy Advance.
- Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness (September 8, 2000), PlayStation, Nintendo 64, DreamCast. It also includes a version of Ms. Pac-Man. Released in 2004 for Game Boy Advance (not including Ms. Pac-Man).
- Pac-Man: Adventures in Time (October 31, 2000), Windows.
- Ms. Pac-Man: Quest for the Golden Maze (October 12, 2001), PC.
- Pac-Man World 2 (February 24, 2002), PlayStation 2, GameCube. Later released for Windows, Xbox and Game Boy Advance. Includes Pac-Man, Pac-Attack, Pac-Mania and Ms. Pac-Man as unlockable minigames. The Player's Choice version for GameCube also includes the original Pac-Man Vs.
- Pac-Man All-Stars (May 14, 2002), PC.
- Pac-Man Fever (September 3, 2002), GameCube, PlayStation 2.
- Pac-Pix (March 8, 2005), Nintendo DS.
- Pac-Man Pinball Advance (May 2, 2005), Game Boy Advance.
- Pac 'n Roll (July 28, 2005), Nintendo DS.
- Pac-Man World 3 (November 15, 2005), PlayStation 2, GameCube, Xbox, PSP, Nintendo DS, Windows.
- Pac-Man World Rally (August 22, 2006), PlayStation 2, PSP, GameCube, Windows.
- Pac-Man Championship Edition (June 6, 2007), Xbox Live Arcade. Later released for Android, iOS, J2ME, Roku, S60, PlayStation Network
- Pac-Man Party (November 16, 2010), Wii. Released in 2011 for Nintendo 3DS as Pac-Man Party 3D.
- Pac-Man Championship Edition DX (November 17, 2010), Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network. Released in 2011 for Windows Phone.
- Pac-Man Battle Royale (January 21, 2011), Arcade.
- Pac-Man Championship Edition DX+ (September 24, 2013), Steam.
- Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures (October 25, 2013), Wii U, Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Nintendo 3DS. Game based on the TV show of the same name.
- Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2 (October 14, 2014), Wii U, Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo 3DS.
- Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 (September 15, 2016), Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows. A Nintendo Switch version titled Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus was also released in 2018.
- Pac-Man Party Royale (October 18, 2019), iOS, PC, AppleTV. A sequel to Pac-Man Battle Royale.
- Baby Pac-Man (December 11, 1982), Arcade. Created by Bally-Midway, american publisher of Pac-Man, without Namco's authorization, it may not be considered an official part of the series.
- Jr. Pac-Man (1983), Arcade. Created by Bally-Midway, american publisher of Pac-Man, without Namco's authorization, it may not be considered an official part of the series. Later released for Atari 2600, Commodore 64 and PC.
- Professor Pac-Man (1983), Arcade. Created by Bally-Midway, american publisher of Pac-Man, without Namco's authorization, it may not be considered an official part of the series.
- Pac-Man no Desktop Daisakusen (1997), PC. A desktop assistant including screensavers, minigames and folder icons.
- Space Invaders × Pac-Man (September 1, 2005), Mobile phone.
- Pac-Motos (October 23, 2007), Wii. Part of Namco Museum Remix.
- Pac-Man Arcade Golf (2008), mobile phone.
- Pac-Man Remix (July 21, 2009), iOS. A remake of Pac-Man Arrangement.
- Pac Man Kart Rally (2010), mobile phone.
- Pac-Man Doodle (May 21, 2010), online. Found on google.com. Pac-Man game shaped like the Google logo, released to celebrate the original game's 30th anniverary.
- PAC-Match Party (June 10, 2010), iOS.
- Pac-Man Reborn (August 2010), iOS. Only released in Japan.
- Pac-Chain (September 2, 2010), iOS.
- Pac'N-Jump (April 7, 2011), iOS.
- World's Biggest Pac-Man (April 13, 2011), browser game.
- Pac-Chomp! (April 21, 2011), iOS.
- Pac-Man S (June 1, 2011), Online. Found on Facebook.com. Removed from the site on March 19, 2013.
- Pac-Man Casino (June 1, 2012), Online. Found on Facebook.com. Removed from the site on December 20, 2012.
- Pac-Man Social (August 1, 2012), Online. Found on Facebook.com. Removed from the site on December 20, 2012.
- Pac-Man Chomp Mania (2013), Arcade.
- Pac-Man + Tournaments (March 22, 2013), Android.
- Pac-Man Dash! (July 18, 2013), iOS, Android. Runner game based mostly on Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures.
- Pac-Man Monsters (February 6, 2014), iOS, Android. Puzzle-RPG game. The game service ended on March 9, 2015.
- Pac-Man Friends (October 3, 2014), iOS, Android. Puzzle-maze game.
- Google Maps Pac-Man (April 1, 2015), online. Found on google.com. Special mode of Google Maps where it's possible to play a Pac-Man game using any street of the world as the game map.
- Pac-Man Bounce (July 18, 2015), iOS, Android. A maze-oriented puzzle game.
- Pac-Man 256 (August 19, 2015), iOS. Game inspired by the killscreen on level 256 of the original Pac-Man. Also released in 2016 for PlayStation 4.
- Pac-Man Puzzle Tour (February 25, 2016), iOS, Android.
- Pac-Man Pop! (August 18, 2016), iOS, Android.
- Pac-Man Hats (August 19, 2016), iOS, Android.
- Pac-Man Hats 2 (October 4, 2017), iOS, Android.
- Pac-Man Maker (November 22, 2017), iOS, Android.
- Pac-Man: Ralph Breaks the Maze (October 1, 2018). iOS, Android. A tie-in crossover game including Disney characters featured in Ralph Breaks the Internet.
- Million x Pac-Man (April 6, 2019), online. Found at  Collaboration with Paco Rabanne tying-in with the perfume line.
- One Piece Pac-Man Stampede Ver. (August 23, 2019), online. Found at  Brawser game to promote the movie One Piece Stampede.
- Athletic VR - Pac-Man Challenge (2019), Arcade. Found at Mazaria Arcade center.
- Ms. Pac Man: Special Color Edition (November 2, 1999), Game Boy Color. Includes Ms. Pac-Man and Super Pac-Man.
- Pac-Man's 20th Anniversary (2000), Arcade. Including Ms. Pac-Man, Galaga and the original Pac-Man as an unlockable game.
- Ms. Pacman / Galaga Class of 1981 (2001), Arcade.
- Pac-Man Collection (July 12, 2001), Game Boy Advance. Includes Pac-Man, Pac-Mania, Pac-Man Arrangement and Pac-Attack.
- Pac-Man 25th Anniversary Edition (2005), Arcade. Including Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man and Galaga.
- Pac-Man Arcade Gold (2007), Plug & Play. Includes Pac-Man, Pac-Man Plus, Super Pac-Man, Pac & Pal, Dig Dug, Galaxian, New Rally-X, and Bosconian.
- Retro Arcade featuring Pac-Man (2008), Plug & Play. Includes all games from Pac-Man Arcade Gold plus Mappy, Galaga, Pole Position and Xevious.
- Pac-Man Power Pack (September 17, 2008), PlayStation 2. Includes Pac-Man World 2, Pac-Man World 3 and Pac-Man World Rally.
- Pac-Man's Arcade Party (2010), Arcade. Including Pac-Man, Pac-Mania, Galaga, Dig Dug, Xevious, Mappy, Rally-X, Galaxian, Bosconian, Rolling Thunder, Dragon Spirit, Galaga '88, and in some versions also Ms. Pac-Man.
- Pac-Man & Galaga Dimensions (June 23, 2011), Nintendo 3DS. Includes Pac-Man, Galaga, Pac-Man Championship Edition, Galaga Legions, and the new Pac-Man Tilt and Galaga 3D Impact. It also includes a trailer for the Pac-Man: The Adventure Begins TV series, titled Pac is Back.
- Pac-Man Connect and Play (2012), Plug & Play. Including Pac-Man, Super Pac-Man, Pac & Pal, Pac-Man Plus, New Rally-X, Bosconian, Xevious, Dig Dug, Galaxian, Galaga and the exclusive game Pac-Level 256 (called Pac-Man 256 in-game) which consists in the original Pac-Man, only starting at level 255.
- Pac-Man Games (March 29, 2012), iOS. Including Pac-Man S, Dig Dug S, Galaga S, Rally-X S, Gator Panic S, and Pac-Chain S. Pulled from the appstore on March 30, 2014.
- Dual Pack: Pac-Man World 3 / Namco Museum DS (October 31, 2012), Nintendo DS. Including Pac-Man World 3 and Namco Museum DS.
- Pac-Man Museum (February 25, 2014), PSN, Xbox Live Arcade, PC. Includes Pac-Man, Super Pac-Man, Pac & Pal, Pac-Land, Pac-Mania, Pac-Attack, Pac-Man Arrangement, Pac-Man Championship Edition, Pac-Man Battle Royale, Ms. Pac-Man.
- Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 + Arcade Game Series (November 1, 2016), Xbox One, PlayStation 4. A phisical edition of Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 boundled with Pac-Man, Galaga and Dig Dug.
Other arcade machines
Two Pac-Man pinball machines have been released, the video game hybrid Baby Pac-Man (listed in videogames) and Mr. & Mrs. Pac-Man, released in may 1982.
Other arcade machines include:
- Pac-Man Smash! (2012), a Air Hockey table only released in North America and Europe. It's a localization of the Japanese air hockey table Big Bang Smash! (this doesn't count as a link since a series of air hockey tables is not fiction).
- Pac-Man Basket (2013)
- Pac-Man Swirl (2013)
- Pac-Man Ghost Bowling (2013)
Two animated series based on the Pac-Man series were released:
- Pac-Man also known as Pac-Man: The Animated Series, that run for two seasons of 21 episodes each for a total of 42 episodes, from September 25, 1982 to November 5, 1983. The first season was broadcasted within The Pac-Man/Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show, while the second season was broadcasted within The Pac-Man/Rubik, the Amazing Cube Hour. It also received two specials:
- Pac-Man Halloween Special, that aired on October 30, 1982 and actually consists in two episodes from the show, "Pacula" and "Trick or Chomp".
- Christmas Comes to Pac-Land, that aired on December 16, 1982.
- Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures: a CGI series that run for two seasons of 26 episodes each for a total of 52 episodes, from June 15, 2013 to October 4, 2016.
A short animated clip titled Pac-Man Cinema Manner Movie was also shown in Japanese theaters in 2019.
Many merchandise items were released themed after Pac-Man games. These include:
- Hello Kitty ♥ Pac-Man line, released in July 2017.
- Million x Pac-Man, a line of perfumes by Paco Rabanne released in April 2019.
- Pac-Man Tamagotchi, a virtual pet released on March 15, 2020.
Links to other series
Note: Little Nightmares: Complete Edition includes a Pac-Man mask called "Pakku Mask", but since it's unlocked using the Pac-Man amiibo from the Super Smash Bros. line, that's considered a link to the Super Smash Bros. series.
|Kickman||1981||Pac-Man makes an appearance in Kickman.||1|
|Lock 'n' Chase||1981||Lock 'n' Chase is a clone of Pac-Man.||3|
|Gobbler||1981||Gobbler is a clone of Pac-Man.||3|
|Lady Bug||1981||Lady Bug is a clone of Pac-Man.||3|
|Mouse Trap (Exidy)||1981||Mouse Trap is a clone of Pac-Man.||3|
|K.C. Munchkin!||1981||K.C. Munchkin! is a clone of Pac-Man.||3|
|Snack Attack||1981||Snack Attack is a clone of Pac-Man.||3|
|Thief (Pacific Novelty)||1981||Thief is a clone of Pac-Man.||3|
|Snapper (Acornsoft)||1982||Snapper is a clone of Pac-Man.||3|
|Munch Man||1982||Munch Man is a clone of Pac-Man.||3|
|Tron||July 09, 1982||A screen from Pac-Man makes an appearance in Tron.||2|
|Little Rascals||September 25, 1982||The Little Racals animated series was included alongside the Pac-Man Tv series within The Pac-Man/Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show.||3|
|Richie Rich||September 25, 1982||The Richie Rich animated series was included alongside the Pac-Man Tv series within The Pac-Man/Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show.||3|
|3-Demon||1983||The gameplay of 3-Demon is based on Pac-Man.||3|
|Felix (Micro Power)||1983||Felix and the Fruit Monsters is a clone of Pac-Man.||3|
|Monster Munch!||1983||Monster Munch! is a clone of Pac-Man.||3|
|Rubik, the Amazing Cube||September 10, 1983||Rubik, the Amazing Cube was included alongside the Pac-Man Tv series within The Pac-Man/Rubik, the Amazing Cube Hour.||3|
|The Karate Kid||June 22, 1984||In a scene in The Karate Kid characters are seen playing Pac-Man.||2|
|Sky Kid||December 1985||Posters of Pac-Man can be seen in Sky Kid.||2|
|International Karate||1987||International Karate + features the cameo of a character looking like Pac-Man.||3|
|Quester||September 1987||One of the block formations in Quester is shapd like Pac-Man.||2|
|Babylonian Castle Saga||July 22, 1988||Ghosts from Pac-Man appear as enemies in special stages in The Quest of Ki, and Pac-Man appears as a creature card in Seme COM Dungeon: Drururuaga, while Pac-Man Monsters featured characters from Tower of Druaga during a timed promotion.||1|
|Ordyne||September 08, 1989||Pac-Man appears in the PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16 version of Ordyne when using the "Stock bomber shot" power up.||1|
|The Wizard||December 15, 1989||A scene in The Wizard features a Baby Pac-Man cabinet.||2|
|Galaxian||June 30, 1990||The X68000 version of Galaga '88 features a bonus level with the ghosts from Pac-Man, while the fighter from Galaxian is unlockable in Pac-Man Kart Rally; Pac-Man also appears in Galaga: Tekken 20th Anniversary Edition and a Pac-Man-themed level appears in Galaga Wars; The flagship from Galaxian is a collectable item in various Pac-Man games; games from the Galaxian series are also included in Pac-Man Arcade Gold, Retro Arcade featuring Pac-Man, Pac-Man Party, Pac-Man Connect and Play and Pac-Man's anniversary arcade cabinets; Pac-Man & Galaga Dimensions is a collection of both Pac-Man and Galaga games.||1|
|Jill of the Jungle||1992||Jill of the Jungle features enemies based on the Ghost Monsters from Pac-Man; the freeware version of the game also features a reference to Pac-Man himself.||3|
|Ace Combat||1992||Ace Combat features images of Pac-Man on billboards, while Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy + features unlockable aircraft themed after Pac-Man; Ace Combat 2, Ace Combat 5 and Ace Combat 6 also feature minor references.||2|
|Wolfenstein||May 05, 1992||Wolfenstein 3D features a secret level based on Pac-Man.||3|
|Family Stadium||October 1992||Pac-Man appears during a homerun in Super Batter Up, then appears alongside other Pac-Man characters in the audience of the Namco stadium in Super Famista 4, Super Famista 5 and Famista 64, and as an actual player in Pro Baseball Famista 2011 and Famista Dream Match; additionally one of the players in the Namco Stars team in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium and its sequels is called "Pac", while Famista Online 2010 and Famista Climax feature a player based on Blinky (as "Akabe") in the Rivals team, and Ms. Pac-Man appears as the mascot of the Namco Stars team in Famista 64; Pac-Man also appears as the logo of the team in Super Famista and its sequels.||1|
|World Court||December 1992||Many Pac-Men appear in Super World Court.||1|
|Cosmo Gang||October 10, 1993||Pac-Attack is adapted from Cosmo Gang: The Puzzle.||3|
|Tinkle Pit||December 1993||The power-up "Pac Power" in Tinkle Pit transform the players into Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man, and the enemies into scared ghosts. Ms. Pac-Man also appears in the hi-score screen and the enemy "Blinky Clones" is based on Blinky from Pac-Man.||1|
|Fury of the Furries||1994||Pac-In-Time for PC, Macintosh and Game Boy is based on Fury of the Furries and features many of the same characters and places.||1|
|Point Blank||1994||Point Blank features images of characters from Pac-Man.||2|
|Namco Museum||November 22, 1995||Various games in the Pac-Man series are included in Namco Museum titles, and the player controls Pac-Man in the hub world.||1|
|Arcade Classics (Namco)||1996||Arcade Classics for Philips CD-i includes a version of Ms. Pac-Man.||2|
|Namco Classic Collection||March 1996||Namco Classic Collection Vol.2 includes Pac-Man.||2|
|Contra||November 30, 1996||A Pac-Man-themed minigame featuring tanks can be found as an Arcade and played in Contra: Legacy of War.||3|
|Blast Corps||February 28, 1997||Blast Corps features a level based on Pac-Man.||3|
|Klonoa||December 11, 1997||Klonoa has an image of Pac-Man on his hat.||2|
|Namco History||1998||Namco History Vol.3 includes four Pac-Man games.||2|
|World Stadium||April 29, 1998||World Stadium 2 includes a stadium set in Pac-Land, with Pac-Man also appearing as a guest player in the sequels; additionally Super World Stadium '95 features billboards advertising Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man and Pac-Land.||1|
|Namco Anthology||September 23, 1998||Namco Anthology Vel.2 includes Pac-Attack.||2|
|Smash Court Tennis||November 12, 1998||Pac-Man appears as a guest player in Anna Kournikova's Smash Court Tennis.||1|
|Dig Dug||September 30, 1999||Pooka from Dig Dug makes a cameo in Pac-Man World, is a recurring enemy in Pac-Man World 2 and an unlockable character in Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness and in Pac-Man World Rally along with Fygar, while Taizou Hori is selectable in Pac-Man Kart Rally; Dig Dug is included in Pac-Man Arcade Gold, Retro Arcade featuring Pac-Man, Pac-Man Party, Pac-Man's Arcade Party and Pac-Man Connect and Play, while Dig Dug S is included in Pac-Man Games; Pac-Man Championship DX+ includes a map based on Dig Dug, while Pac'N-Jump includes a Dig Dug mode.||1|
|Ridge Racer||February 14, 2000||The ghost Blinky from Pac-Man appears as an unlockable "car" in Ridge Racer 64, while Reiko Nagase is selectable in Pac-Man Fever||1|
|Tales of Series||November 10, 2000||A costume of Pac-Man is featured on Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon with his actual techniques; Pac-Man makes other minor cameos in the series.||1|
|Wangan Midnight||February 02, 2001||Pac-Man images appear in all the Wangan Midnight games by Namco.||2|
|Futurama||January 06, 2002||Pac-Man appears as one of the video game characters in Futurama's episode Anthology of Interest II.||2|
|Family Tennis||June 14, 2002||Pac-Man is a selectable character in Family Tennis Advance.||1|
|Tekken||September 03, 2002||Heihachi Mishima and Tiger Jackson are selectable in Pac-Man Fever; Pac-Man is selectable in PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions of Street Fighter X Tekken.||1|
|Soul Series||September 03, 2002||Astaroth from SoulCalibur is selectable in Pac-Man Fever||1|
|Scrubs||March 13, 2003||A scene in the Scrubs episode "My Own Private Practice Guy" features a Ms. Pac-Man machine.||2|
|Baten Kaitos||December 05, 2003||Pac-Man is referenced as an ancient hero in several Magnus found in the Baten Kaitos series.||1|
|The Simpsons||February 06, 2005||The Simpsons episode "Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass" and some later episodes feature references to Pac-Man.||2|
|Donkey Kong||March 17, 2005||A song from Pac-Man is featured in Donkey Konga 3.||2|
|Rally-X||July 28, 2005||The Special Flag from Rally-X is a special item in Pac 'n Roll and appears alongside the Rally-X racers during a timed promotion in Pac-Man Monsters, while Pac-Man is selectable in Rally-X Remix; additionally a car from Rally-X appears as a collectable item in Pac & Pal; also New Rally-X is included in Pac-Man Arcade Gold and Retro Arcade featuring Pac-Man while Rally-X is included in Pac-Man's Arcade Party, and Rally-X S is included in Pac-Man Games; Pac-Man Championship DX+ includes a map based on Rally-X, while Pac'N-Jump includes a Rally-X mode.||1|
|Space Invaders||September 01, 2005||Space Invaders × Pac-Man is a crossover between the two series.||1|
|Mario||October 2005||Pac-Man and other characters from the series are selectable in the Mario Kart Arcade GP series, along with items and race tracks.||1|
|Critical Velocity||October 13, 2005||Pac-Man is a secret selectable racer in Critical Velocity.||1|
|Asterix||October 16, 2005||In Asterix & Obelix XXL 2: Mission: Las Vegum there are some references to Pac-Man.||3|
|Space Adventure Cobra||November 2005||Pac-Man and Blinky appear as collectible items in Cobra the Arcade.||2|
|Unou no Tatsujin||February 09, 2006||QuickSpot features a puzzle based on Pac-Man.||2|
|Katamari||August 22, 2006||The Prince from Katamari Damacy is an unlockable racer in Pac-Man World Rally and along with Ichigo in Pac-Man Kart Rally; Katamari Amore also features a Pac-Man-themed level.||1|
|Mappy||August 22, 2006||Mappy is an unlockable racer in the PSP version of Pac-Man World Rally; Mappy is included in Retro Arcade featuring Pac-Man and Pac-Man's Arcade Party.||1|
|Mr. Driller||August 22, 2006||Mr. Driller is an unlockable racer in the PSP version of Pac-Man World Rally and in Pac-Man Kart Rally.||1|
|Bosconian||2007||Bosconian is included in Pac-Man Arcade Gold, Retro Arcade featuring Pac-Man, Pac-Man's Arcade Party and Pac-Man Connect and Play.||3|
|My Name Is Earl||February 01, 2007||The My Name Is Earl episode "Foreign Exchange Student" features a reference to Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man.||2|
|Bloons||March 27, 2007||There is a bloon with an image of Pac-Man on it, that releases a character looking like Pac-Man when popped in Bloons and its expansions.||2|
|BioShock||August 21, 2007||BioShock and its sequel feature references to Pac-Man.||3|
|Pole Position||2008||Pole Position is included in Retro Arcade featuring Pac-Man.||3|
|Xevious||2008||Xevious is included in Retro Arcade featuring Pac-Man, Pac-Man's Arcade Party and Pac-Man Connect and Play.||3|
|Robot Chicken||April 01, 2008||The Robot Chicken episode "Tubba-Bubba's Now Hubba-Hubba" and some later episodes feature sketches based on Pac-Man.||2|
|iCarly||October 04, 2008||The iCarly episode "iStage an Intervention" features a game called "Pak-Rat", which is a parody of Pac-Man.||2.5|
|The Big Bang Theory||January 18, 2010||The Big Bang Theory episode "The Bozeman Reaction" features a reference to Ms. Pac-Man; In the episode "The Hot Troll Deviation", Howard wears a Pac-Man belt.||2|
|Rolling Thunder||2010||Rolling Thunder is included in Pac-Man's Arcade Party.||3|
|Keroro Gunsō||March 4, 2010||Pac-Man appears as a summon alongside the ghosts in Keroro RPG.||1|
|Pink Panther||March 28, 2010||In the episode "Pinxillated" of the Pink Panther and Pals TV show, there's an arcade game similar to Pac-Man.||2.5|
|Annoying Orange||May 14, 2010||"Pacmania" is a Annoying Orange parody of Pacman.||3|
|Scott Pilgrim||August 13, 2010||The movie Scott Pilgrim vs. The World features a reference to Pac-Man.||2|
|American Dad!||February 13, 2011||The American Dad! episodes "A Piñata Named Desire" and "School Lies" feature references to Pac-Man.||2|
|The Hangover||May 26, 2011||Pacman is featured in Hangover Part 2.||2|
|Ready Player One||August 16, 2011||Ms. Pac Man is mentioned in Ready Player One, Wade later plays a perfect game of Pac Man.||2|
|Go Vacation||October 11, 2011||Go Vacation features some references to Pac-Man.||2|
|The Elder Scrolls||November 11, 2011||In "Skyrim" you can find a cheese in the shape of Pac-Man chasing food similar to the pellets.||3|
|Diary of a Wimpy Kid||November 15, 2011||Greg and Rowley try to make their own Pac-Man Arcade Machine.||2|
|Everybody's Golf||February 15, 2012||The North American and European versions of Everybody's Golf: World Invitational feature Pac-Man as a DLC golfer.||1|
|Street Fighter||March 06, 2012||Pac-Man is selectable in PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions of Street Fighter X Tekken.||1|
|Gator Panic||March 29, 2012||A version of Gator Panic titled Gator Panic S is included in Pac-Man Games.||3|
|Gravity Falls||September 14, 2012||The Gravity Falls episode "Fight Fighters" features a fictional game based on Pac-Man.||2.5|
|Hayate no Gotoku!||October 18, 2012||The cover for Volume 34 of Hayate no Gotoku! featues Ayumu playing Pac-Man.||2|
|Wreck-It Ralph||November 02, 2012||Wreck-It Ralph features characters from Pac-Man, while Pac-Man: Ralph Breaks the Maze includes several characters and themed mazes from Wreck-It Ralph.||1|
|Angry Birds||January 10, 2013||Angry Birds Space features a level based on Pac-Man||3|
|Namco High||December 17, 2013||Pac-Man is a secondary character in Namco High.||1|
|Splatterhouse||February 06, 2014||Pac-Man Monsters features Rick from Splatterhouse.||1|
|Hyperdevotion Noire||May 29, 2014||Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart features a character called Lady Wac, that is a parody of Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man.||3|
|Poptropica||June 2014||An advertisement in Poptropica for Disney XD Animacation has some cardboard cutouts of some Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures characters.||2|
|Roblox||June 12, 2014||The Roblox Disney XD Mystery Morphing Mask included Pac-Man.||2|
|Genpei Toma Den||July 2014||During a timed promotion, Pac-Man Monsters featured Kagekiyo from Genpei Toma Den.||1|
|Dragon Buster||July 2014||During timed promotion, Pac-Man Monsters featured Clovis and the Buster Dragon from Dragon Buster.||1|
|Dragon Spirit||July 2014||During timed promotion, Pac-Man Monsters featured Siria, 3-Headed Dragon and Zawell from the Dragon Spirit series; additionally Dragon Spirit is included in Pac-Man's Arcade Party.||1|
|Total Drama||July 07, 2014||Beardo from Total Drama makes the Pac-Man gameover sound when he was eliminated.||3|
|Super Smash Bros.||September 13, 2014||Pac-Man appears as a playable character in Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS and for Wii U, with a different stage in each game.||1|
|Teen Titans||April 16, 2015||There's a Pac-Man reference in the episode Video Game References.||3|
|Pixels||July 24, 2015||Pac-Man appears as one of the videogame characters in the movie, Pixels.||1|
|Crossy Road||August 22, 2015||Crossy Road features Pac-Man, Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde as unlockable characters after an update.||1|
|Board James||September 05, 2015||Board James reviews the board games Pac-Man Game and Pac Man Magnetic Maze in the episode "Video Games!!"||2|
|Outcast Odissey||November 02, 2015||Outcast Odissey featured cards based on Pac-Man characters during a limited promotion.||1|
|X-Men||May 27, 2016||Quick Silver was playing Ms. Pac-Man in X-Men: Apocalypse.||2|
|Kamen Rider||December 10, 2016||Pac-Man appears as a virus in the movie, Kamen Rider Heisei Generations: Dr. Pac-Man vs. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Riders .||1|
|LittleBigPlanet||January 10, 2017||Pac-Man costume is downloadable in LittleBigPlanet 3.||2|
|Guardians of the Galaxy||May 5, 2017||Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 features references to Pac-Man.||2|
|Platinum Train||May 10, 2017||Pac-Man appeared in Platinum Train during the game's first anniversary.||1|
|Hello Kitty||July 24, 2017||The Hello Kitty ♥ Pac-Man line is a crossover between the two series and includes a Pac-Man ghost Hello Kitty; as part of the promotion the smartphone version of Pac-Man featured Hello Kitty-themed levels and items for a limited period.||1|
|Taiko no Tatsujin||October 26, 2017||Pac-Man appears as a challenger in Taiko no Tatsujin: Session de Dodon ga Don!; Music from Pac-Man is featured in the Namcot Medley debuting in Taiko no Tatsujin 10; Taiko no Tatsujin: Atsumete - Tomodachi Daisakusen! also features a costume and theme based on Pac-Man, while Taiko no Tatsujin: Nintendo Switch Version!, Taiko no Tatsujin Green Version, and Taiko no Tatsujin Plus feature a song from Pac-Man Championship Edition 2.||1|
|Sonic||February 20, 2018||Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man appear in Sonic Dash while Sonic appears in the iOS and Android Pac-Man during a special collaboration.||1|
|Chuchel||March 7, 2018||Pacman is referenced in Chuchel.||3|
|Groove Coaster||March 29, 2018||The main theme of Pac-Man is part of the "Namcot Medley" BGM featured in Groove Coaster 4: Starlight Road.||2|
|One Piece||August 23, 2019||One Piece Pac-Man Stampede Ver. is a format crossover between the two series.||3|
|Simple Samosa||2020||Pac-Man is referenced in the Simple Samosa episode "Khelo Samosa".||2.5|
|Tamagotchi||March 15, 2020||Pac-Man Tamagotchi is a crossover between the two series.||1|