Thank you for visiting Pac-Man Museum
To anyone directly or indirectly involved in the development of Pac-Man in the 80's, please feel welcome to share your experiences. We're grateful for any kind of help as well as donations. Or maybe you'd like more information about Pac-Man Museum, just fill in the contact form below. The curator or other representative of the museum will get back to you shortly. We especially appreciate text and photo contributions about Pac-Man Systems, companies or other projects you have worked on or have knowledge about. If you give us permission, we will include this in various parts of our site.
There are a number of ways to contribute
- To send additional informations about Pac-Man
- To donate your old Pac-Man collectible to the museums collection (see our wish list)
- To send us videos related to 1980s video gaming and Arcade (please contact us first)
- To donate a small sum of money and help expanding the collection
Please donate your old Pac-Man collectible
If you are offering to donate a Pac-Man artefact please check our wish list bellow and let us know where your artefact is physically located so we can estimate shipping costs. We acknowledge all donations, unless otherwise requested by the donor, on our website and with the display information for those items on display. We thank all donors for their enthusiasm, and look forward to working with new friends as we collect video game artefacts for the future.
This museums collection is meant to be an educational tool, therefore we are looking for information sources (especially primary source information) whether it be from letters, magazines, pamphlets or other documents. We also will be making audio recordings from those individuals who were involved in video gaming industry before 1984.
Contact us / Make a donation to the museum
- Please include everything you have from the item like original box, manual or bill
- Please use styrofoam and other filling materials to save the surfaces
- Please use a second box for shipping if you send us the original box
- We acknowledge all donations and donators, unless otherwise requested
We are always looking for prototypes and Pac-Man items with low serial numbers are of great interest.
But also the basic Pac-Man collectible families have stored away are very welcome in our collection.
Here are just some of the Pac-Man items we would love to have as part of our collection:
- COLECO - US version of the Pac-Man Tabletop Mini Console
- Ectron - "The Official Pac-Man Clock" LCD Handheld
- Entex - "PacMan 2" VFD Handheld, UK
- Eurosonic - "Pucki & Monsters" VFD Tabletop, UK? 198?
- Gakken - "Puck Monster" VFD Handheld, 198x
- Grandstand - "Mini Munchman" LCD Handheld, UK, 1981
- Pac-Man game modules for different game system
- Romtec - "Pucki & Monsters" (VFD Tabletop), 1982
- Tiger - "Pac-Man Large Screen" LCD Handheld, 1984 released overseas by Orlitronic
- Tiger "Pac-Man" Double Wide Screen LCD Handheld, released overseas by Orlitronic
- Tomy - "Magnetic Maze" a mechanical Pac-Man Tabletop
- Tomy - "Whoosher" a Pac-Man Waterful water-filled game
- Bradley Time Devision - Pac-Man Clock, HongKong, 1980
- Nelsonic - Pac-Man Clock, LCD, USA
- Tan - Pac-Man Clock, LCD display, USA ?
- Knickerbocker - Pac-Man Dolls, USA, 1980
- Ideal Toy Corp. - "PacMan-Panic" Game, USA / UK, 1982
- Pac-Man Launch Boxes and Cups, 1980s
- Pac-Man Rug Hook kits, Needlepoint & Cross Stitch Books, USA, 1980s
- "Pac-Man Fever" vinyl and special Picture-Disk Edition
- Vintage Pac-Man Pins and Stickers, USA, 1980s
- Book: The Summer 1997 issue of Collectibles magazine had an article on Pac-Man collectibles
- US Mad Magazine, September 1982 issue, "Irving Pac - Man Of The Year"
- Photos from 1980s Arcade Halls including Pac-Man cabins