It's as though Pac-Man failed to capture the public imagination, because there are so many obscure games compared to the handful of popular Pac-Man games like the original Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man. I guess this is what happens when the public knows Pac-Man as a yellow circle rather than his more anthropomorphic look (the version with arms and legs attached to his head) for some of the games that opted to use that look, and for some of them, they might even be more complicated than the simpler design that Pac-Man (game) specialised in. Even Pac-Man Pizza Parlor is on the complex side of things despite being a PC casual game!
I noticed that none of Pac-Man's platformers were covered so far, since there were several games released before Ms. Pac-Man. Pac-Land, Pac-in-Time and even Pac-Man World are examples of this. I wonder if they are going to be covered eventually.
Some other games I would like to see covered later on: - Pac-Man All-Stars, a multiplayer party game that is like Bomberman, take the core gameplay and convert it to multiplayer (I remembered being disappointed by this one) - Pac-Man Fever, a party game that is more like a Namco crossover since only two Pac-Man characters are playable - Pac-Pix, which has a neat concept that takes advantage of Nintendo DS's touchscreen - Pac-Motos, a part of the Wii Namco Museum, but it puts Pac-Man into a different game entirely - Pac-Man Pizza Parlor, a PC casual game that is rather complex because you are supposed to juggle between two tasks at once: Pac-Man roaming mazes and Cathy serving customers