|Alternate names/hacks||Oh Shit!, Oh No!|
Shit is a MSX game released in 1985 by Aackosoft. The game is a clone of Pac-Man, featuring digitized voice among other minimal tweaks. The game received infamy for rather obvious reasons.
There are very few differences in Shit compared to the original Pac-Man. The title screen is set up in a similar way to Pac-Man's, but features digitized text introducing the four (renamed) ghosts; "THIS IS JOEY, PAUL, WILLY, AND FRANKIE"; the ghosts proceed to spin after this is stated. The game itself features near perfect recreations of the maze, but positioning of certain parts appears to be off. Every time Pac-Man gets hit, he yells a long "OH SHIT!" before preceding to lose a life, and "GAME OVER" after all lives have been lost. The cutscenes are intact, but lack music for unknown reasons.
The game was released in Japan, The Netherlands, under the name Oh Shit!, and Europe, titled Oh No!. Covers for the game are very strange and have no resemblance to the game, at all, other than the word "Classics" (implying it was a "classic" arcade game). The original notably steals its rather horrifying artwork from a 1985 novel, The Howling III - Echoes .