It’s not often I do this, but I’m long overdue a bit of a brag. You see, I’m a very proud member of the Retro Dodo team – there’s not many of us, but we’re constantly providing an awful lot of content; writing and publishing great stuff at an excellent pace.

My newest article covered the best ever Pac-Man games and it was an absolute blast to research and write. Having been a Pac-Man fan since the very beginning – though I think Space Invaders just about pipped Pac-Man to the post as the very first game I ever played – and still finding time to play games in the series even today. Naturally, that’s helped along by Namco always finding new ways to release retro compilations such as Pac-Man Museum Plus and new platforms (such as the Evercade) for releases like Namco Museum Collection 1 and Namco Museum Collection 2.

It’s rare that I go very long without playing a Pac-Man game in some shape or form – and that’s been the case for many of the last forty years or so. As you can imagine, then, getting to rank my absolute favourite games in the Pac-Man series was pretty much a dream come true.

You can check out my choices for the best Pac-Man games at this link. Maybe you agree with what I chose and maybe you don’t, but I think you’d be hard pressed to disagree with the absolutely timeless, iconic and still addictive game that I chose for first place!

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