|Cartridge --- Original Instruction --- Box|
Arcade Related: Yes
Year of Its Original Release: 1980
Initially © and Licenses: Namco Japan, Bally Midway, Atari S.A. France
Original Programmer and/or Designer: Shigeo Funaki
ColecoVision Game Programmed by: Mike Hendricks, AtariSoft, 1983
ColecoVision Sound Programmed by: AtariSoft
ColecoVision Sound Output: SN 76489AN / AY-3-8910A / Super Game System
ColecoVision Graphics Programmed by: AtariSoft
Color Compatibility: No
Original and Other Platforms besides This: Arcade, Atari, Apple, CBM, IBM, Intellivision, TI-99/4A, ZX Spectrum, Others
This Platform: ColecoVision & ADAM Family Computer System.
ColecoVision PCB Size and Type: 16kb., AtariSoft
ColecoVision Product #: 700XX
Free Digital Downdload Possible: Yes
Sound Test or Ringtone Possible: No
ColecoVision Cartridge Casing and Producent: Standard Black U.S. AtariSoft Style, This version Coleco Inc. USA.
ColecoVision Label Art and Design by: Midway, AtariSoft, This version CVG
ColecoVision Manual Layout and Design by: None
ColecoVision Manual # and Manufacturer: None
ColecoVision Box Art and Design by: AtariSoft / Marc Oberhäuser
ColecoVision Box # and Manufacturer: 700XX, Marc Oberhäuser Germany
Number of Players: 2
Required: ColecoVision + Controllers
Publisher and Year: CGE, AtariAge, CVG
ColecoVision.dk Game #: 126
Purchased: March 14, 2014
Arrived: April 29, 2014
High Score / Save Game Feature: Yes / No
Pause Feature: Yes, press: " # "
The refinements of dot choming lead
to high scores as hungry Pac-Man avoids ambush by voracious goblins.
That includes yummy bonus nuggets, sending scores into the thousqands.
But goblins won't allow themselves
to be gobbled for a long;
ColecoVision High Score For Pac-Man Skill: "Easy"
Game # 126, Game-name is last updated: April 23, 2017.