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Jr. Pac-Man

Jr. Pac-Man (A2600) game cover art
Platform: Atari 2600
Genre: Action
Developer: Atari

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Jr. Pac-Man review

Reviewed October 31, 2003

retro says: "I'll never forget that particular trip to Toys R Us back in either 1988 or 1989. My parents drove me to the store, which was an hour away, so I could run to the video game aisle like I always did and take in the views (in my eyes, there were no other sections inside the store), and possibly make a purchase. But this time was different. We actually went to Birmingham just to eat out at Red Lobster, but since Toys R Us was right across the street, they subsided to my complaints to simply go there ..."
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