''Lady Bug'' is a 1980's video game in which you go through a maze eating dots and other things while avoiding four enemies which emerge from a box in the middle. In other words, it's practically ''VideoGame/PacMan'', except by Universal instead of Namco.

''Lady Bug'' has a few differences from ''Pac-Man'', though. The characters are all insects. The bonus items are vegetables rather than fruits. The maze has no WrapAround passages. And most significantly, there is no PowerUp that lets you eat the enemies; instead, the maze has turnstiles which can be flipped to block the movement of the predatory insects, and hearts and letters which give different bonuses depending on whether they are red, yellow or blue when collected.

This game was adapted by Coleco for the UsefulNotes/{{Intellivision}} and UsefulNotes/ColecoVision, and by Champ Games for the UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600}} as a homebrew game.
* BonusStage: The Vegetable Harvest Screen, added to the home versions in lieu of a free game credit.
* EndlessGame: You play until you run out of lives.
* MazeGame: Of the Pac-Man variety.
* PlayableMenu: The high score name entry screen has the player enter letters by walking over them.
* PoisonMushroom: Skulls kill any insect that runs into them.
* PragmaticAdaptation: The UsefulNotes/ColecoVision version replaced the arcade original's free game credit from spelling S-P-E-C-I-A-L with a BonusStage, since the home version didn't require quarters to play it.
* ScoreMultiplier: Points are multiplied after eating blue hearts.
* SpellingBonus: Spell E-X-T-R-A for an extra life, or S-P-E-C-I-A-L for a free game credit or a BonusStage (see PragmaticAdaptation).
* WingedSoulFliesOffAtDeath: The death animation involves a pair of wings and a halo floating off the top of the screen.