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Lady Bug (Arcade)

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Title Screen

Lady Bug

Developer: Universal
Publisher: Universal
Platform: Arcade (Universal Cosmic Avenger hardware)
Released in JP: October 1981[1]
Released in US: December 1981[1]
Released in EU: 1982[2]

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.

Lady Bug is a Pac-Man-like game with an insect theme, flipping gates, and many more opportunities for bonus points. Plus, it's one of those rare Arcade games (along with Mr. Do!) where you can actually earn a free game!

Unused Graphics

RAAAR WHY AM I HEEEERE Always faithful terrible lizard
Interestingly, and inexplicably, tiles for a big green dinosaur take up 39 of the 128 available object graphics slots.

He's much too large to fit in the maze or in the side areas. Why he's here, and what purpose he would have served, is completely up to speculation.

I am a bone
There's also a bone with the dinosaur, because why the hell not?

(Source: Original TCRF research)