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Super Pac-Man was released in 1982 by Bally Midway for the arcade as another sequel to Pacman. Instead of eating dots, Pac-Man eats keys to open doors. The titular Super power-up debuts in this game, which makes Pac-Man much bigger and stronger. 

Super Pac-Man
Super Pac Man Arcade Machine
A Super Pac-Man arcade machine.
Developer(s) Namco

Beam Software

Publisher(s) JP Namco

NA Bally Midway

NA/EU Thunder Mountain

Platform(s) Arcade, And Many More...
Genre(s) Maze
Series Pac-Man
Predecessor Ms. Pacman
Successor Pacman Plus
Release Date(s)
JP October 1, 1982

NA December 31, 1982(manual)

Sord M5 JP 1983

DOS NA 1988

Commodore 64 NA 1988

EU 1988

Mode(s)
1 Player and 2 Player Modes
Age Rating(s)
None
Media Included Arcade
Cost $0.50 to play
Max. amount of players Up to 2 players, alternating turns
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