|Namco Classics Collection|
Namco Classics Collection is a series of two compilation arcade games which had been released by Namco in 1995 and 1996; they were the only two titles that ran on the company's ND-1 hardware and featured carbon copies of their earlier games, along with six new "Arrangement" versions of each of them. The carbon copies of the earlier games would now also end (after an adjustable number of rounds, for NCV1, but after a preset number of rounds in NCV2) - and the carbon copies of Rally-X (1980) and New Rally-X (1981) had also been modified to fit a vertical monitor, for they both originally used a horizontal one. The "Arrangement" version of Rally-X was also single player only (as opposed to the other "Arrangements", which are all multiplayer!).
- Namco Classics Collection Vol. 1 (1995): The first title in the series featured carbon copies of Galaga (1981), Xevious (1982), Mappy (1983), and Super Xevious (1984), along with the new Galaga Arrangement, Xevious Arrangement and Mappy Arrangement; it may have had an 8-way joystick and two buttons, but they were only utilized in full for the Xevious variants, as both Galaga and Mappy only utilized a 2-way joystick and one button.
- Namco Classics Collection Vol. 2 (1996): The second title in the series had carbon copies of Pac-Man (1980), Rally-X (also 1980), New Rally-X (1981) and Dig Dug (1982), along with the new Pac-Man Arrangement, Rally-X Arrangement and Dig Dug Arrangement; it may have had a 4-way joystick and one button, but the button was only utilized for both the Rally-X and Dig Dug variants, as the original Pac-Man only utilized a joystick.