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Do you know Pacman?
Pac-Man (Puck Man in Japan), is a maze action video game developed by Namco in 1980 and released for arcades. In North America, the game was published by Midway Manufacturing under a licensing agreement with Namco America. The player controls Pac-Man, who must eat all the dots in an enclosed maze while dodging four colored ghosts. When he eats large, flashing dots called "power pellets," the ghosts temporarily turn blue, allowing Pac-Man to eat them for bonus points.
Development of the game began in early 1979 under the direction of Toru Iwatani with a team of nine. Iwatani wanted to create a game that would appeal to both women and men, as most video games of the time had war or sports themes.  Although the inspiration for the Pac-Man character was the image of a pizza with a slice removed, Iwatani has said that he also added the Japanese character for mouth, kuchi (Japanese: 口). The game characters were designed to be cute and colorful to appeal to younger players. The original Japanese title, Puck Man, was derived from the field hockey puck-like shape of the titular character; the title was changed for the North American release to avoid vandalism.
Pac-Man was a huge critical and commercial success, leading to several sequels, merchandise, and two television series, as well as a hit single by Buckner & Garcia. Today, the character of Pac-Man is the mascot and figurehead of Bandai Namco Entertainment. The franchise remains one of the highest-grossing and best-selling games, with sales of more than $14 billion (as of 2016) and 43 million units sold, and has an enduring commercial and cultural legacy that is commonly referred to as one of the greatest video games of all time.