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— Pac-Dog, Pac 'n Roll

Chomp-Chomp (チャンプ・チャンプ Chanpu-Chanpu), also known as Pac-Dog and Pac-Buddy, is Pac-Man's pet dog. He first appeared in the Pac-Man animated series, and eventually made his game debut in Pac-Land.


Animated Series[]

Main article: Pac-Man (TV Series)

In the Hanna-Barbera cartoon, Chomp-Chomp is one of Pac-Man's housepets. Another Pac-Family pet, Sour Puss, often attempts to attack him, but all of these plans backfire, and Chomp-Chomp is unaware that Sour Puss is after him.

Game appearances[]


Chomp-Chomp sprite.

Pac-Man & Chomp-Chomp[]

Main article: Pac & Pal

Chomp-Chomp appeared in the cancelled Pac-Man & Chomp-Chomp, a localization hack of Pac & Pal. He has the same functions as Miru.


Main article: Pac-Land

Exclusively in the American version of Pac-Land, Chomp-Chomp appears only as a cameo alongside Sour Puss when you arrive at Pac-Man's House.

Pac 'n Roll[]

Main article: Pac 'n Roll

In Pac 'n Roll, Chomp-Chomp made an appearance as a puppy. He, with Pac-Master's family, was banished by the evil ghost Golvis. He is later rescued by Pac-Man.

Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures[]

Main article: Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures

In Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures, Chomp-Chomp is seen sleeping in his dog house. He wakes up whenever Pac-Man walks by and follows him. The player can choose to have Pac-Man pet Chomp-Chomp, and it will make both characters happier.

The Alternate is that if The Player chooses to shoot a rock at Chomp-Chomp, it will make him mad and he'll start barking at Pac-Man which would cause Pac-Man to Yell at him and Chomp-Chomp will walk sadly back to his Doghouse, Sometimes this happens when Pac-Man is already in a bad mood.

Pac-Man World[]

Main article: Pac-Man World

Pac-Man World-Chomp-Chomp

Chomp-Chomp seen in the opening cutscene for Pac-Man World

As with the rest of Pac-Man's family, Chomp-Chomp is captured by Toc-Man. Pac-Man later saves him. Chomp-Chomp is the second friend to be freed, found towards the end of the Ruins level Manic Mines. His role is reprised in the game's 2022 remake, Pac-Man World Re-Pac, though is renamed to "Pac-Buddy".

Pac-Man World 2[]

Main article: Pac-Man World 2

Chomp-Chomp has a brief cameo in Pac-Man World 2, sleeping next to Pac-Man in the opening cutscene. He also appears in the ending sequence, where he chases away the Ghost Gang down a hill.

Pac-Man Pinball Advance[]

Main article: Pac-Man Pinball Advance

Chomp-Chomp is the first of eight Pac-Land residents kidnapped by the Ghost Gang in Pac-Man Pinball Advance, and must be rescued by Pac-Man.

Pac-Man Pop![]

Main article: Pac-Man Pop!


Pac-Man holding Chomp-Chomp in Pac-Man Pop!

After a long absence from the series, Chomp-Chomp appeared in Pac-Man Pop!. He has been captured, and must be rescued by Pac-Man. It is unknown if he's really Chomp-Chomp, since there are many of him.

Pac-Man Museum +[]

Main article: Pac-Man Museum +

Chomp-Chomp, renamed to Pac-Buddy, appears in Pac-Man Museum+ as an unlockable NPC and a collectable figure. He appears in his Pac-Man World design.


Chomp-Chomp is a dog with a round, Pac-Man-like body. In his initial debut in the TV series, he had dot eyes, a greyish blue body, brown snout and black spots. In the cancelled localization of Pac & Pal, Pac-Man & Chomp-Chomp, he had brown spots, a peach snout and a brighter gray of fur. Beginning with his first non Bally Midway-published Pac-Man game, Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures, his skin color became yellow, accompanied with brown ears and the removal of spots and his colored snout, which becomes the same color of his body.

In Pac-Man World, Chomp-Chomp was given a redesign that makes the dog proportioned closer to a real-world dog. In this design, he is shaped like a dog, with pie eyes like Pac-Man, black spots over his ears and body and a white snout. In Pac-Man World 2, his body design becomes rounded and has a much larger face with pie eyes and brown ears, similar to a regular Pac-Person's body. In Pac n' Roll, his design bears resemblance to his designs from the TV series and Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures, with an additional peach spot surrounding his left eye. In Pac-Man Pop, his design is similar to that of the TV series. but with white irises and his snout being the same color as his body. Since Pac-Man Museum +, Chomp-Chomp (known as Pac-Buddy since said title) returned to his original Pac-Man World design, albeit his body has noticeably shrunk and has taller eyes like the Pac-People.


  • Prior to the character receiving his official Japanese redesign in Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures, Chomp-Chomp appeared in the instruction booklet for the Pac-Land Fantasy Board Game, exclusively released in Japan.
  • Chomp-Chomp is one of the most recurring characters debuting from the TV series to appear in the larger Pac-Man video game franchise.


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