Face your competition -- literally -- with the PAC-MAN™ 40th Anniversary Head-to-Head Gaming Table from Arcade1Up!
Bringing you authentic retro gaming experiences in an affordable classic cocktail form factor, Arcade1Up Head-to-Heads are must-haves for your family game room, man cave, or a welcome distraction in the office.
Standing 29” high, Head-to-Heads play great, look great, and are instant conversation pieces. And YES, they have clear cover tops, to protect from those accidental spills!
Power up that arcade nostalgia (no matter what decade you grew up in!), as you guide PAC-MAN™ through those mazes while evading Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde. And when you’re ready for a change of pace, this Pac table PACKS in an unreal nine additional classic games: PAC & PAL™, PAC-MANTM Plus, SUPER PAC-MAN™, PAC-MANIA™, PAC-LAND™, GALAGA™, GALAXIAN™, DIG DUG™, and DIG DUG™ II all included!
Your table is ready…it’s the PAC-MAN™ 40th Anniversary Edition Head-to-Head from Arcade1Up. 1 table, 2 players, 10 games, 40 years, endless fun!
PAC-MAN™&© BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
SUPER PAC-MAN™&© BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
PAC-MANIA™&© BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
PAC-LAND™&© BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
GALAGA™&© BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
GALAXIAN™&© BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
DIG DUG™&© BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
DIG DUG™II&© BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
PAC & PAL™&© BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
PAC-MAN™ PLUS&© BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
∙ Age Grading 14+
∙ Classic Gaming Table Design
∙ Original Gameplay
∙ 10 Games in 1
∙ 17" Color LCD Screen
∙ Two Control Panels
∙ 1 speaker on each side
∙ 2 Clear Deck Protectors
∙ Clear Protective Top Surface
∙ Real Feel Arcade Controls
∙ Easy Assembly
∙ Adjustable Volume
∙ On-Screen Game Selection Menu
∙ Plugs into an AC outlet
∙ Assembled Dimensions: (23” D x 36” W x 29” H)
∙ Box Dimensions: (9.13” D x 38.27” W x 25.24” H)
∙ Item Weight: 68.34 lbs
∙ Easy Assembly
∙ By Tastemakers, LLC
∙ Fully Licensed
When Pac-Man™ was released in North America in October, 1980: