Main article: Ms. Pac-Man (game)
Junior makes his first appearance in Ms. Pac-Man (albeit as a minor character) in the Act 3 cutscene "Junior", where he is delivered by a stork to Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man.
Main article: Jr. Pac-Man (game)
During his adventure, Junior fell in love with Yum-Yum, the daughter of Blinky. Not accepting of the relationship, Blinky attempts to capture Junior, but both of them escape, allowing the two to be together.
Pac-Man World series
Main article: Pac-Man World
In Pac-Man World, Jr. Pac-Man is captured by a robot and sent to Toc-Man's lair, where he is then imprisoned in a cage. He is eventually rescued by his father.
Pac-Man World 3
Main article: Pac-Man World 3
Junior has a minor appearance in Pac-Man World 3, appearing in the opening/closing cutscenes. He is rather quiet in this game, and likes to read.
Pac-Man World Rally
Main article: Pac-Man World Rally
In this game, Jr. Pac-Man rides a rocket-powered skate board. He is the slowest, but the best at turning and has highest at acceleration in the game.
Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures
Main article: Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures
In Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures, Junior's guitar is stolen by Inky, Pinky, and Clyde (Blinky is not shown), and Pac-Man leaps to the rescue and gets the stolen item back from the ghosts.
Jr. Pac-Man looks nearly identical to Pac-Man, but has a propeller cap and sneakers on. Sometimes he also wears jeans, making him the only Pac-Person to actually wear clothes. His hat has undergone several design changes in between games.
- In the 2nd season of the Pac-Man TV series, a character known as P.J. joins the cast. He shares some similarities with Jr. Pac-Man, and in one episode he states his full name as "Pac Junior". But PJ is actually the nephew of the titular hero, and as such is considered a different character.
- The character "Pac-Little" from Pac-Store is intended to be Jr. Pac-Man, but his name was changed due to General Computer Corporation copyright issues. He is not specifically stated to be Pac-Man's son, but it is made quite obvious that he is, in fact, Junior (unlike PJ, who has few connections to Junior other than by name).
|Main Characters||Pac-Man • Ms. Pac-Man • Jr. Pac-Man • Baby Pac-Man • Professor Pac-Man • Chomp-Chomp|
|Other Characters||Miru • Sour Puss • Pac-Devil • Sir Pac-A-Lot • Pac-Master • Pac-Master's Wife • Krystal • Fairy|
|Pac-Ghosts||Blinky • Pinky • Inky • Clyde • Sue • Funky • Spunky • Kinky • Tim • Orson • Yum-Yum|
|Main Antagonists||Ghost Witch • Toc-Man • Mesmerelda • Mollusc • Spooky • Erwin • Golvis • Ink Master • Mezmeron|
|Minor Antagonists||Gobblin • Jack • Wormwood • Spectral Fiend|
|Pac-Man Party||Mr. Cookie • Patra • Roger • Woofa • Bearserk|
|Ghostly Adventures||Pacster • Cylindria • Spiral • Betrayus • Fuzbitz • Sir Cumference • Spheros • Dr. Buttocks • Butt-ler|
|Crossovers||Pooka • Fygar • Dig Dug • Mappy • Mr. Driller • The Prince • Mario|