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Jr. Pac-Man (Arcade)

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Title Screen

Jr. Pac-Man

Developer: General Computer Corporation
Publisher: Bally Midway
Platform: Arcade (Namco Pac-Man)
Released in US: October 18, 1983


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The adventures of the offspring of Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man, often snubbed for console ports likely due to it being stuck in copyright hell.

Unused Graphics

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A whole bunch of unused fruit-toys. There's a skateboard, a cowboy hat (which appears twice for some reason), a rattle, a baby bottle, a pogo stick, and a pacifier.

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Early (or otherwise alternate) unused graphics of the drum set and the cat, which differ slightly from the ones used in-game.

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Two large circles of unknown purpose.

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An unused Yum-Yum, seemingly meant for the title screen.

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Part of Namco's logo is here, due to some of the game's graphics being copied directly from Pac-Man.

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A leftover key graphic from Pac-Man, a "fruit" that is not present in Jr. Pac-Man.

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A tiny X is used as padding in the game's graphics.

Oddities

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The final sprite of the cat has a thick outline around it, but it is blacked out due to the color palette used. This is what the graphic would look like with the outline enabled (colored blue).