Ms. Pacman Cocktail Table
Ms. Pac-Man must eat all the dots in a maze in order to advance to the next stage. She’s chased by killer ghosts but she can eat them while powered up after eating one of four large dots. Bonus points are awarded for eating the fruits and snacks that appear and wander the maze. Ms. Pac-Man was produced by Midway Manufacturing Co. in 1981.
Midway Manufacturing Co. released 133 machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1959. Other machines made by Midway Manufacturing Co. during the time period Ms. Pac-Man was produced include: Li’l Hoop Shot!, Extra Bases, Space Encounters, Space Invaders II, Rally-X, Bosconian, Gorf, Kick, Kick-Man, and Ms. Pac-Man Plus
|Midway Manufacturing Co.
|Ms. Pac-Man Pinout
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|Amplified Mono (one channel)
|Ms. Pac-Man Instructions Image
|Ms. Pac-Man Control Panel Image
|Ms. Pac-Man Side Art Image
|Ms. Pac-Man PCB Image
The game is a lot like Pac-Man except that it has four different mazes that change once every two to four screens instead of just one maze throughout the entire game. Also the fruits and prizes walk around the maze instead of appearing at the same spot in the middle of the maze. These bonus items include cherries, strawberries, peaches, pretzels, apples, pears and bananas.