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|publisher = [[Tengen]]
 
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|console = Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
 
|date = August 2, 1991
 
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'''''PAC-MANIA''''' is a game from the original arcade game of the [[Wikipedia:Pac-Mania|same name]]. It is published by [[Tengen]] for NES and developed by NAMCO and Tengen.
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'''''Pac-Mania''''' is a maze game developed and published by Tengen in 1991 for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). It is a port of the 1987 Namco arcade game of the same title, and was part of the licensing agreement between both Namco and Tengen, allowing them to use publish the former's video games in the west. Despite this, a Japanese release of the game was never made.
   
 
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Pac-Mania
PAC-MANIA
Title screen.
Publisher Tengen
Developer Namco
Tengen
Console Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
Date August 2, 1991

Pac-Mania is a maze game developed and published by Tengen in 1991 for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). It is a port of the 1987 Namco arcade game of the same title, and was part of the licensing agreement between both Namco and Tengen, allowing them to use publish the former's video games in the west. Despite this, a Japanese release of the game was never made.

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