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Pac-Dots, as they are seen in the original game, Pac-Man.

Pac-Dots, also known as Pellets, or Cookies, are easily the most common item in the Pac-Man games. In the arcade version, Pac-Dots are the small, square, white dots, scattered about the stage. In the 3-D games, they are rounder in shape, and are now yellow. Pac-Man is able to eat many of these at a time.

Pac-Man World

A Pac-Dot in Pac-Man World

In Pac-Man World, Pac-Dots are used as a currency of some sort. At the end of each stage, the Pac-Dots that Pac-Man collected will be thrown into a machine which counts them and gives the player points. Eating one Pac-Dot is worth five points. Also, only in this game, Pac-Man can shoot the Pac-Dots and Super Pac-Dots (only after charging) from his hand.

Power Pellets

Power Pellets are the bigger, blinking Pac-Dots that turn ghosts blue. While the ghosts are temporarily blue, the Power Pellet allows him the ability to eat the ghosts.

Pac-Man Party

Cookies are items in Pac-Man Party that the player gets from the Cookie Factory. The player can get more by landing on the player's castle as a castle bonus.

Fly Dots

Fly dots are found in the 3-D games. They first appeared in Pac-Man World and a chain of Pac-Dots with the first in the chain having a red arrow pointing outwards. If Pac-Man swallows this first dot, he will fly through the chain while eating each dot on the way. The Fly Dots usually lead Pac-Man from one place to another, which was unreachable before.

Pac N' Roll Remix