Namco Museum is a series of Namco video game compilations released for several platforms containing different games. Some of them include games from the Babylonian Castle Saga.
Namco Museum Volumes 1-5Edit
The series was originally released for PlayStation in 5 volumes, two of them containing games from the series. The 5 volumes contain a "Museum" mode where the player uses Pac-Man to walk through a virtual museum that have various curiosities of the games included on them.
Namco Museum Volume 3Edit
Namco Museum Volume 3 contains The Tower of Druaga. The game has several informations related to the game, like arcade flyers, a few merchandise, concept art, and the covers from the NG magazine volumes 15 to 28. The game's museum area is shaped like the inner of the tower, and the game area is outside the tower, with a giant Druaga nearby.
The compilation also includes a secret version of the game hidden in a room where Gil and Druaga fight against each other. After a while, they stop fighting and the Blue Crystal Rod and Ruby Mace appear. Analyzing them will make a image of Ishtar appear in the wall and Gil will defeat Druaga.
- The Tower of Druaga
- Dig Dug
- Ms. Pac-Man
- Pole Position II
Namco Museum Volume 4Edit
Namco Museum Volume 4 contains The Return of Ishtar. The game area has a statue in the center and the Tower of Druaga can be seen at distance. The area is at first in the evening, than it changes to night with many stars in the sky, and lastly it becomes day. In the day Quox appears flying and a flash occurs, changing the scenario. The game also contains a hidden version of The Return of Ishtar that is tougher than normal.
- The Return of Ishtar
- Assault Plus
- The Genji and The Heike Clans (Genpei Tōma Den)
Namco Museum DSEdit
Namco Museum DS is a collection for Nintendo DS released in 2007 that includes seven games, the Tower of Druaga being one of them. This version includes a optional navigation mode that gives hints on how to obtain the treasure chest in each floor and what the item does. Ki appears in the game's Music Box, where she keeps changing back and forth into stone when the music is playing.
- The Tower of Druaga
- Dig Dug II
Namco Museum Battle CollectionEdit
Namco Museum Battle Collection was released for PlayStation Portable in 2005. The Tower of Druaga is part of the collection.
Namco Museum Virtual ArcadeEdit
Namco Museum Virtual Arcade is a compilation released for Xbox 360 that has over 20 Namco games, The Tower of Druaga being one of them.