The superb site Games That Weren't recently reported that there were 2 versions of Pac-Land in production on the Amiga. An unfinished and unreleased prototype V1 version has been found, and features silky smooth scrolling, unlike the awful Atari ST port that Amiga users had to put up with. I have extracted all the graphics from this unreleased version.
Download an ADF of the V1 demo from the Games That Weren't website.
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