NAMCO Defined: Submissions in this category will use an official NAMCO PCB since the company issues them in official NAMCO arcade machine releases, from the year 2001 forward. NAMCO is an active coin-op company which routinely issues authentic arcade machines. The list of game titles would be expectedto expand in the future beyond what is specifically listed here. Meaning, any future NAMCO arcade machine PCBs going forward should be embraced as acceptable.Current Arcade Machine Releases:-2001 Class of 1981 / 20 Year Reunion (20th Anniversary for Ms. Pac-Man)-2005 Pac-Man 25th Anniversary Edition (ie. for Pac-Man)-2010 Pac-Man's Arcade Party (30th Anniversary for Pac-Man)Current Game Titles Released:-Pac-Man-Ms. Pac-Man-Galaga-Pac-Man Speed-up-Ms. Pac-Man Speed-up-Galaga Rapid Fire-Dig Dug-Mappy-Xevious-Rally-X-Galaxian-Bosconian-Rolling Thunder-Dragon Spirit-Galaga '88-Pac-Mania-And any official NAMCO titles in futureScore Track Derivatives:The Score Tracks made for NAMCO should be defined in the title if they are- -Traditional Twin Galaxies Settings (often called by slang- Default Settings), and should follow the same rules as the original Arcade titles-One Life, where the gameplay score is defined by the player's first life-Tournament Settings, where the gameplay is defined by the same finite life count as the traditional TG settings.-Assume traditional settings unless explicitly defined in the track name. Examples- Pac-Man; Pac-Man Speed-up; Pac-Man First Life; Pac-Man TGTS.Special Rules:-Coin-drop is prefered but freeplay settings are acceptable.-Machine does not have to be cold-booted or restarted prior to game submission, but in cases where video proof is being used please power-cycle the machine after the final high score is shown.