Pac-Man (パックマンゲーム Pakkuman Geimu) was a board game by TOMY released in 1976, predating the video game. Up to four players use multicolored "hands" to fling chips into Pac-Man's mouth, which rotates while opening and closing his mouth.
It was later released in the US as Mr. Mouth.
During the Midway Manufacturing v. Bandai-America case, the defense (Bandai) used the existence of this game in an unsuccessful attempt to show that Midway/Namco did not come up with the original idea for Pac-Man.
TOMY later reissued this game as a tie in with the video game as The Original Pac-Man Game (元祖パックマンゲーム Ganso Pakkuman Geimu), this time with Ghost Monster game pieces.