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Published on Dec 9, 2014
Here's the final video from Flipperspiel Wunderland in Las Vegas. This time we're taking a look at a cocktail arcade game I have never seen before until playing it at Flipperspiel.
From 1998 here is a look at CES's Galaxy Games MVS version of Ms. Pac-Man. CES was a small company that's still in business today, but now their in the gambling games. Galaxy Games works a lot like a Neo-Geo MVS. Operators could purchase cartridges to add games onto the system. They made four of them. One had Stern's classic, Berzerk, another had Atari's Centipede and the one shown here in the video has Namco's Pac-Man and Midway's Ms. Pac-Man.
Now unlike every other Ms. Pac-Man cocktail table this game controls using a track ball, which of course takes getting used too but it's much like playing the game on a smart phone. The one thing that's really unique with this version is you can play a two player, simultaneous game of either Pac-Man or Ms. Pac-Man. Unlike Nintendo's Pac-Man Vs or Namco's newest, Pac-Man: Battle Royal, this game is a co-op experience. You have to work together in order to clear the maze. In this if you meet up with the other player you pass through each other, just like the ghosts.
You and your partner work together in order to clear the maze. You can call out and strategize ways around the maze. If you're going to be cornered the other player can grab a power pellet and you can both go and mow down the ghosts. Or if you want to you can go against the other player to try to score more points, grab the bonus fruit before they do, it's up to you! It's really cool and it's a shame not many people got to play this.
Special thanks to Zack for playing with me and special thanks to Adam for having me! If you're in the Las Vegas are make sure you go and check them out! You'll be glad you did!