INTELLIVISION CARTRIDGE [ATARI #70251]
Based on the Bally/Midway arcade game licensed by Namco
Program: Mike Winans
Graphics: Eric Wels
Sound: Russ Haft
Since Lock 'N' Chase was Mattel Electronics' answer to Pac-Man, it only made sense that Lock 'N' Chase's programmer, Mike Winans, should program Pac-Man when he moved from Mattel to Atari.
INTV Corp. bought the remaining inventory of Pac-Man cartridges after Atari stopped distributing them. Sales were still strong enough that when the stock ran out in the mid-1980s, INTV bought the software rights from Atari, relicensed the game from Namco and manufactured new cartridges, removing the Atari logo from the game's title screen and packaging.