Namco's Ms. Pac-Man Galaga Cabaret Reunion Arcade Cabinet - Crashing the Game! - video-games-arcade.com

Namco’s Ms. Pac-Man Galaga Cabaret Reunion Arcade Cabinet – Crashing the Game!

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  1. I like this machine. I remember when I first learned about the Easter eggs and ask my dad to take me to our local Dave & Buster's in Maryland. We get there and I show him how to play Pac-Man and Speedy Miss Pac-Man and he was pretty amazed at it. I can also remember when we went to a local arcade which was pretty small but still a great place and they have the option where you could do this thing called open play for a few bucks for person. So I showed one of the workers at that place the Easter eggs on that machine and I think he was pretty surprised.

  2. Is the turbo pac man setting reset after its unplugged?

  3. Hey there Joe, there was a song that would play on a machine at my work when the machine was not in use after awhile, does your machine do the same? If so any way you could record it and send it to me? Would greatly appreciate it!!

  4. I'm buying one for $1500 after shipping and coming with dollar bill reader

  5. Question for you: do you know where the menu switch is for one of these that doesn't have a real coin door? The one we have is a sticker and we want to reset the high score.

  6. I just picked up one of these Cabaret and I plug it up and keep getting the dip switch stuck message it some times plays then crashes to this screen is it my board maybee I'll turn it off and back on cause I just unplug it when am fin useing it

  7. Is it as big as a arcade 1up with a riser 🤔

  8. I swear, this is one of the most common arcade machines I’ve ever come across

  9. I wonder if they’ll make another anniversary cabinet on Pac-Man’s 40th anniversary

  10. They have the upright at Canobie Lake, and it's in much better shape than their original Galaga.

  11. Just found one at my local shopping mall! I really dig it, it was in great shape and the controls felt nice. Thanks for making this video, it was great to learn about the ins and outs of the cab!

  12. 16:39 Pac-Man Code-Up Up Up, Down Down Down, Left Right, Left Right Left. And then press the start button, if you want to play the original Pac-Man.

    20:41 Ms Pac-Man Code-Left Right Left Right, Up Up Up, and then press the fire button, and then last for not least, press the start button to play Ms Pac-Man.

    This comment is for someone who wants to play Pac-Man or Ms Pac-Man.
    Your Welcome!

  13. Did this machine use emulation at the time or was the program native to the chips they used?

  14. I have the bar top version of this cabinet

  15. I remembered seeing this in the arcades in Disney world in the hotel arcades. Good times back in October 2009 🙂

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