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The project's logo.

Status: Partially Found

The Namco Creators' Program, also known as Catalog IP or OPEN GAME was a project created by Bandai Namco in 2015 that allowed independent and student developers to create games using the company's well known IPs, such as Pac-Man, Mappy and Dig Dug.[1] Many games were created and uploaded to the site, most of them ending up on Japanese app stores. However, with the announcement of the project's closure in 2018 and its effective inaccessibility beginning in early 2019, many of these games have become inaccessible.[2] As the website contains upwards of a hundred games, any games not documented on this page can be seen on the OPEN GAMES website.

Games

Game Title Status
迷ったときのパックマンおみくじ Accessible
トレジャー発掘!Diggers / Treasure Hunting! Diggers Accessible
ゲームサウンドアラーム / Game Alarm Sound Accessible
パックマンの旅めしニッポン / Pac-Man's Nippon Journey Lost
PAC-TUNE Lost
もぐもぐパックマン“にやりゴーストの逆襲” Lost
激ムズ!ドッヂアンドダッシュ ver.パックマン / Dodge and Dash ver. Pac-Man Lost
ピクセルスーパースターズ / Pixel Superstars Lost
激ムズ!パックマンムゲンタワー / Pac-Man Mugen Tower Lost
MilboxTouch ver. VR XEVIOUS Lost
マピとび / Mappy Jump Lost

Gallery

High-quality gameplay of PAC-TUNE, one of many games lost from the Catalog IP project.

References