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1/4-Scale Pac-Man Arcade Machine Needs No Quarters

by Shane McGlaun
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The very first arcade game I ever played a sit-down console style Pac-Man game at a Pizza Hut, and it was awesome. I fed more quarters into arcade games than I care to admit. If you want some of that ’80s arcade nostalgia in your home or office, check this out.

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Numskull Designs‘ picture perfect 1/4 scale Pac-Man arcade cabinet comes complete with the real colors and art from the original machine. The 16.9″ tall mini machine itself is fully playable, and based off the original arcade ROM with all of the colors, sounds, and play you remember.

The cabinet has a 5-inch full-color TFT screen, and there’s a tiny arcade joystick and buttons on the console. Integrated speakers let you hear the wakka-wakka-wakka, and it runs on a rechargeable battery, so you can take it anywhere. The mini Pac-Man machine is being made in a limited edition of 10,000 pieces, and will set you back $179.99 at ThinkGeek.

Numskull plans on offering up Galaga, Ms. Pac-Man, and Galaxian cabinets in 2019, so you start your collection now with Pac-Man.



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