Namco Pac-Man

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This article is a generic description of Namco's 8-bit "Pac-Man" hardware. For the specific arcade game, see Pac-Man.

The Namco Pac-Man was an 8-bit arcade game system board, which was first used by Namco in 1980; the second and third games to run on it, Rally-X and New Rally-X, were modified to support a larger color palette and scrolling. Three unauthorized Pac-Man sequels were later developed by Bally Midway, Namco's old US distributor, on this board between 1981 and 1983 - and after Namco ended their partnerships with them after the release of Pac-Land in 1984, they developed Jump Shot (a basketball simulation) and Shoot the Bull (a darts game) on it, in the following year.

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