Ms. Pac-Man™ Arcade Cabinet
Available in a home arcade form factor for the first time ever!
Features

A diva? Possibly. An icon? Definitely. She’s here, Ms. PAC-MAN™ from Arcade1Up!

Bringing you authentic arcade experiences in a home arcade form factor, Arcade1Up game cabinets are must-haves for your family game room, game cave, or a welcome distraction in the office. They play great, look great, and are instant conversation pieces.

Power up that nostalgia (no matter what your age), as you guide Ms. PAC-MAN™ through those infamous mazes while evading BLINKY, PINKY, INKY, and SUE.

Oh, and does this lady know how to accessorize: included with this Ms. PAC-MAN™ cabinet are a matching riser and light-up marquee. That’s retro gaming style.

Blue, Yellow, and Hot Pink. It just screams the ‘80s, in the best way possible. Ms. PAC-MAN™ is available now in a home arcade form factor for the first time ever!

Please note that features and games included may vary by retail partner. See retail partner listings for details.

Ms. PAC-MAN™&© BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.

SUPER PAC-MAN™&© BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.

DIG DUG™&© BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.

GALAXIAN™&© BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.

Specifications
  • Classic upright "Cabinet" design
  • 4 Games in 1
  • 17" Color LCD screen
  • Light Up Marquee
  • Matching Riser
  • Assembled Dimensions: 22.75” D x 19” W x 57.8” H (45.8” H without riser)
  • Box dimensions (D x W x H) (6.75” x 47.75” x 23.75”)
  • Weight: 79.5lbs
  • Real-Feel Arcade Controls
  • Coinless operation
  • Adjustable Volume
  • Clear Deck Protector
  • Anti-Tip Over Strap
  • On-Screen Game Selection Menu
  • Plugs into an AC outlet
  • Easy Assembly
  • By Tastemakers, LLC
  • Fully Licensed
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Throwback Fun Facts

When Ms. Pac-Man™ was released in North America in early February, 1982:

  • The #1 song was “Centerfold” by the J. Geils Band.
  • The top movie at the box office was On Golden Pond, starring Henry Fonda in his final acting performance.
  • 60 Minutes was the most watched show on TV.