Pac-Man World Rally
Pac-Man World Rally (パックマンワールドラリー, Pakkuman Wārudo Rarī?), known in Europe as Pac-Man Rally is a kart racer with Pac-Man and many others from Namco's catalog of classic characters, for the PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation Portable, and PC. The game has 15 race tracks and a battle mode similar to other kart racing games. In addition, there are six battle arenas for multiplayer action. You will also be able to collect power-ups to attack opponents or gain an edge in the race, as well as Pac-Man's signature fruit pickups, which in Pac-Man World Rally unlock secret shortcuts. There is a total of 16 characters for the player to choose from.
Pac-Man (Atari 2600)
The Atari 2600 version of Pac-Man was developed by programmer Todd Frye and published in 1982 by Atari. It was the first port of the arcade game, Atari being the licensee for the video game console rights. Although it sold 7 million units to a user base of 10 million, this port's quality was widely criticized.
Behavior of Pac-Man
A ghost always maintains its current direction until it reaches an intersection, at which point it can turn left or right. Periodically, the ghosts will reverse direction and head for the corners of the maze (commonly referred to as "scatter mode"), before reverting to their normal behavior. In an interview, Iwatani stated that he had designed each ghost with its own distinct personality in order to keep the game from becoming impossibly difficult or boring to play. The behaviors of each ghost have been exactly determined by reverse-engineering the game.