Coleco Industries, Inc. was an American company founded in 1932 by Maurice Greenberg as The Connecticut Leather Company.   It was a successful toy company in the 1980s, mass-producing versions of Cabbage Patch Kids dolls and its video game consoles, the Coleco Telstar dedicated consoles and ColecoVision.
This is a list of games for the ColecoVision video game console . In total, the following games are known to exist: 129 [a] U.S. releases 1 U.S. very limited release 7 [b] foreign/Canadian releases 9 [c] TeleGames exclusive releases 22 prototype and unreleased games See Lists of video games for related lists. Official [ edit] U.S. [ edit]
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After several years of success producing electronic handheld devices Coleco began producing a line of miniature tabletop arcade games with license rights from various video game developers such as Sega, Midway and Nintendo. In 1982 Coleco released their first four mini-arcade systems with the release of Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Galaxian and Frogger .
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The system features three modes - Pac-Man, Head-to-Head Pac-Man, and Eat & Run.
A port of the original Pac-Man. A rather close port for the time period, especially for LCD technology. Some key features are missing however, most notably Fruit.
A two player co-op mode, with two Pac-Men on screen at once. Otherwise the same as the first mode.
Eat & Run
These versions of Pac-Man (Coleco Tabletop) are either listed in the public domain or are considered abandonware. Clicking the game title will lead you to a playable online version of it from archive.org (mobile compatibility may vary).
Pac-Man (Coleco, Rev. 29) (1981)
The Eat & Run mode was later remade and featured in the Arcade Classics: Pac-Man handheld by Basic Fun, which released in 2016.
Super Puck Monster tabletop.
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Coleco is an acronym for Connecticut Leather Company. They went out of business after an ill fated attempt to enter the home computer market in 1983 with a less than adequate system based on their hit ColecoVision game console cost stem $80,000,000 and they pulled out of electronics all together in 1985 and filed for bankruptcy in 1988. Contents