''Jetpac'' is a ZX Spectrum, VIC-20 and BBC Micro video game developed and released by Ultimate Play The Game, better known nowadays as Creator/{{Rare}}, in 1983. It later appeared as an EmbeddedPrecursor in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong64''.

In the game, Jetman has to first assemble his rocket (which comes in kit form), and then fill it with fuel before taking off to the next planet (where the procedure is broadly repeated). Along the way Jetman has to fend off the attention of intelligent (and not-so-intelligent) aliens, while making off with their valuable resources.

Not to be confused with the unrelated (apart from them both containing jet packs) game ''VideoGame/{{Jetpack}}''.
!! ''Jetpac'' provides examples of:
* BlobMonster: There are many varieties of aliens, but they tend to look like weird blobs. It is deadly to touch one.
* DeathFromAbove: Some planets are suffering from extremely heavy meteor showers instead of having hostile aliens.
* DismantledMacGuffin: On the first level and every fourth level afterwards, the rocket is in three parts. The experienced player can reassemble it in a few seconds.
* EndlessGame: Your ship will always land on another planet, where you must collect fuel (and occasionally, build a new ship) again. (All planets look identical, except for the different aliens.)
* {{Flight}}: It seems that all the aliens can fly.
* JetPack: Jetman wears one.
* RayGun: It kills aliens. You might as well hold down the gun button, because [[BottomlessMagazines it will never run out of ammo]], and it won't harm your rocket.
* ScoringPoints: The goal of the game.
* VideoGameRemake: Has been remade with modern technology by various fangroups, as well as by the original developers themselves for UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade. The XBLA version also features an 'original' game mode faithfully replicating the Spectrum version.