Pac-Man Plus


Manufacturer:

Bally Midway

Year:

1982

Type:

Video Game

Class:

Wide Release

Genre:

Maze

Cabinet Styles:

Upright/Standard (Conversion) Cabaret/Mini (Conversion) Cocktail (Conversion)

Monitor:

Orientation: Vertical Type: Raster: Standard Resolution CRT: Color

Description:

Pac-Man Plus was produced by Bally Midway in 1982. Other machines made by Bally Midway during the time period Pac-Man Plus was produced include BurgerTime, Earth Friend, Baby Pac-Man, Kozmik Krooz'r, Tron, Crossroads, Lazarian, Solar Fox, Wizard Of Wor, and Adventures of Robby Roto, The. The game is nearly identical to the original with only a few differences. The most noticeable differences between the original game and Plus are various tweaks to the graphics: the maze is green instead of blue, vulnerable ghosts are shorter and have a stem and leaf sticking out of their heads, the fruits have been replaced by new items (including a can of Coca-Cola) and the ghosts' eyes are now a pixel closer to each other. In addition to these cosmetic changes, Plus also changes the gameplay slightly: eating a bonus item will cause the ghosts to turn both vulnerable and invisible, and doubles their point value while they are vulnerable. Eating a Power Pellet also sometimes has unpredictable results, such as turning the maze invisible or turning only three of the four ghosts blue (the latter of which makes it impossible to clear a round by using a pattern). The ghosts are also faster and more aggressive than they were in the original Pac-Man, which makes the game seem overall faster-paced and more difficult by comparison. (wikipedia)

Gameplay:

Alternating

Simultaneous Players:

1

Maximum Players:

2

Controls:

Joystick

Control Panel Layout:

Single Player

Location: Rockaway, NJ Designation: Sold


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