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Ms. Pac-Man

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Ms. Pac-Man (Game Boy)
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Ms. Pac-Man (NES)
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Boxart of Ms. Pac-Man (NES)
Ms. Pac-Man (SNES)
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Boxart of Ms. Pac-Man (SNES)
Developer(s): Namco
Publisher(s): Namco,
Nintendo (Europe)
Platform: Many (including arcade, Nintendo Entertainment System (both licensed version and unlicensed Tengen version),
Game Boy, Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Category: Maze and chase
Predecessor: Ms. Pac-Man Plus
Successor: Super Pac-Man
Nintendo: Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures
Release dates
N. America: Game Boy: October 1993
Europe: Game Boy: 1993
©1980, 1993 Namco

Ms. Pac-Man is a maze and chase game developed by and published by Namco. The Game Boy version was published by Nintendo in Europe.[1]


The objective of the game is to eat all the pellets in each stage while avoiding the ghosts.

This game is a variation of the original Pac-Man, instead featuring a female version of the protagonist.


  1. Bar code prefix 045496

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