Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 21, 1984
Family BASIC allowed users to program in a BASIC programming language (NS-HUBASIC) that was developed specifically for use on the Famicom. The cartridge came with a keyboard and required the use of the Famicom Data Recorder in order to save any created programs. The cartridge was originally released as Family BASIC, but was later re-released as Family BASIC V3 with added memory. This version also came packaged with some games already included. Games are accessed by typing GAME followed by a space then a number (0, 1, 2, or 3). The following are the games that were included: GAME 0 is...
Sharp X68000 - ROM Hack - March 18, 1980
This is a version of Pac-Man that was a sub-game of the larger Pac-Mania game. So if you just want to play the original, you can do it with ease.