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Pac-Man Games

Font Collection

Click the image to download the entire collection. If you want an individual font from the archive, see below.


Videogame history was made in 1979 when Pac-Man hit the arcades. This hugely popular videogame created a new genre of action games that appealed to both men and women. Pac-Man became the best selling arcade game almost over night selling over 350,000 cabinets (more than Space Invaders or Asteroids). Pac-mania set in during the early 80's and the advertising was tremendous including TV shows, comic books, and even pop music. Over 30 games now exist in the official Pac-Man series and hundreds of unauthorized duplicates are on the market. The big blocky letters used in the advertising are also a lot of fun to look at.

Individual Fonts


Crackman

Crackman is so named because Pac-Man was like crack to the teens back in 1979. It pays loving tribute to the font seen on so many Pac-Man logos and the arcade cabinent. It also has a few Pac-Man dingbats. Created by Larabie Fonts.


Joystix

This font replicates those used for several early Namco arcade games including Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man. Joystix was also created by Larabie Fonts.


PacFont

This is another font meant to mirror the Pac-Man logos found on the arcade cabinent and all the other Pac-Man advertising, which it does very well save for the lack of a hyphen used on many Pac-Man logos. Along with light and dark letters it also has a couple dingbats. PacFont was created by Font-a-licious Fonts.


Pacmania

Pacmania's blocky letters are similar to plenty of Pac-Man advertising. It was created by Neale Davidson.


Press Start Regular

This font simulates the text in early Namco arcade games. This one has the correct exclamation point for Super Pac-Man! Created by codeman38.


videobeast 80's

The cute power pellet design of videobeast 80's plays on the layout of the Pac-Man games. The capital letters have a Pac-Man in them. It was created by Akihiro Oya.