In 1980 Fleer released a trading card set based on Namco’s hit arcade game Pac-Man. It is the first trading card set to be themed after a video game. The set consists of 54 cards containing stickers that could be peeled off and a scratch-off game card.
Nintendo Game Pack 2nd series is a set of trading cards based on several Nintendo Entertainment System games that was produced by O-Pee-Chee. Released in the second half of 1989 the series was a follow up to the original Nintendo Game Pack released earlier that year. The 2nd series was released by Topps’ licensee O-Pee-Chee in Canada and was never produced by Topps or released in the United States.
Nintendo Game Pack is a set of trading cards based on several Nintendo Entertainment System games that were produced by Topps in the United States and O-Pee-Chee in Canada. The set released in 1989 and consisted of 93 cards in total, 60 scratch-off game cards and 33 stickers with top secret tips on the opposite side.