History of Pac-Man
Pac-man wan an arcade game developed by Namco in 1980 first released in Japan. It was created by Japanese Video Game Designer Toru Iwatani. Pac-Man was considered to become immediately popular once it was released across the United States. As Pac-Man was released, it was still small compared to the leading genre in video games, "space shooters". Pac-Man had instead, created its own new genre of video games. It had been among the most greatest games in the world and was included in the highest gorssing games at all time with $8.5 Billion dollars in the 1990's.
Pac-Man is controlled by a player who moves him throught the maze while simultaneously avoiding ghosts and collecting all pellets to advance through the next level. The Enemies of Pac-Man are four ghosts called Blinky,Pinky, Inky, and Clyde, each with their own different personalities. Lastly, the game was designed to have no ending, so a bug stops the game from continuing when the player reaches level 255, corrupting the screen.