- Pac-Man (1980)
- Super Pac-Man (1982)
- Pac & Pal (1983)
- Pac-Land (1984) (Japanese version)
- Pac-Mania (1987)
- Pac-Attack (1993) (Namco Anthology 2 “Classic” version)
- Pac-Man Arrangement (2005)
- Pac-Man Championship Edition (2007)
- Pac-Man Battle Royale (2011)
- Ms. Pac-Man (1982) (Namco Museum Battle Collection version [?])
- Ms. Pac-Man was first released as free DLC until March 31, 2014; it later became an additional $4.99 purchase. It is assumed the game was made a separate DLC due to the ongoing legal issues regarding Ms. Pac-Man.
Stamps act as achievements for the player to reach in each individual game (save for Ms. Pac-Man). When the player earns a stamp, a “Pac Room” item will be unlocked.
The “Pac Room” is an extra area in Pac-Man Museum, which acts as the main menu. The Pac Room is strongly based on Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures (moreso the cartoon than the games, featuring cartoon-exclusive characters and objects). This mode was replaced with a more in-depth “Arcade Room” in Pac-Man Museum +.
The player can access the Pac Room or the Item List to see the items they have.
- Wii U and Nintendo 3DS versions were in development for the Nintendo eShop, but were cancelled due to "delayed development".
- Seemingly due to the cancelation, both Pac-Man Collection and the Game Boy Advance Namco Museum were released on the Wii U eShop, likely as an alternative to Pac-Man Museum.
- The game's scheduled release date was February 26, 2014, but it released one day earlier on Steam and the North American PlayStation Store.
- The game was delisted from digital stores on July 20, 2020, alongside several Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures game.