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also known as Gobeur

"You are trapped inside a maze. To obtain the highest score, you must eat as many dots as possible. However, be aware of the enemy chaser, striving hard to keep out the chasers or you will be destroyed.

There are two levels of the game. In the second one, gate of the maze can be opened/closed by the player by pressing the fire button.

Occasionaly, some Enemy Chasers will change color and become Bonus Chasers. Extra bonus will be awarded by eating these Bonus Chasers.

After all the dots have been eaten in a maze, all the Enemy Chasers will change color and become Bonus Chasers for a certain period of time before the next dot pattern appears.

Be careful, the game will end if you have been destroyed five times by the Enemy Chasers."


    Chaser was inspired by Pac-Man (Arcade)



box art

gobeur box (french)


Gobeur cartridge (Hanimex)


Documentation - page 1

Documentation - page 2

Documentation - page 3

Documentation - page 4

Documentation - page 5


Gobeur - mode 2

Gobeur - level 1

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year of release 1982
companies SEL
type game
media cartridge
systems SD-2xx systems
number of players 1 player
staff unknown
tags eat them all, maze

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