I'm fairly certain that most of the Disney tie-in games had chiptune versions of the music. I don't really have time to look up which songs charted right now but there's a lot of games that fall into that category.
While it might not be much to look at... or play, the sound effects in 'Pac-Man' for the 2600 were good enough to represent almost every off screen video game played in movies and television up until the early 2000s. If I'm being completely honest and I divorce myself from the negativity surrounding the game, I do have to admit that the effects are very unique and iconic, especially the death sound.
@thelostsoul Just a quick answer to that (and apologies to everyone for the off-topic posts): Until Minecraft 1.14, getting cats was very difficult, because you'd have to befriend a wild ocelot with raw fish in one of the jungle biomes; this would turn them into regular house cats (one of MC's many strange laws of nature). But now, cats are a separate species that spawns naturally around procedurally generated villages. They are still shy, but way more trusting than the extremely timid ocelots.