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Pac-Man: The Family Version of the Arcade Game

board game

Since its introduction as an arcade game in 1981, Pac-Man is acknowledged as both the most recognizeable character in electronic gaming as well as the longest-running video game franchise. In America Pac-Man achieved unexpected success among gamers virtually overnight. Its success led to numerous spin-off products; this board game is a prime example. Touted as "The Family Version of the Arcade Game," this board game replicates the video character's movement and scoring.

ManufacturerMilton Bradley Company
Materialprinted paper | cardboard | plastic
Stylerace
Object ID111.2860
Credit LineGift of the Van Erp Family

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