THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF VIDEO GAMES
By now you've probably spent some time playing the master of mazes -- PAC-MAN *. Well, lookout PAC-MAN lovers, ATARI is proud to bring you the "femme fatale" of computer video game world -- MS. PAC-MAN!
That's right, she's here in all her shining glory. MS. PAC-MAN is sure to steal your heart with her grace and charm.
And she's all dolled up with a ribbon in her hair. Just like the arcade MS. PAC-MAN, this ATARI home version has multiple mazes, floating fruit, pretzels, an end-of-game cartoon, and four fearless ghosts -- Inky, Blinky, Pinky, and Sue.
Get ready to feast your eyes on the original video beauty queen. She's ready to bring you many delightful hours of fun and excitement. So, sit back, relax and have a good time playing MS. PAC-MAN.
--From the Atari 2600 Ms. Pac-Man instruction manual.
Ms. Pac-Man was a very well done sequel to Pac-Man. It had almost everything Pac-Man lacked. Ms. Pac-Man incorporated mazes that changed every few levels, the graphics were better (although they were still a little blinky), and it had the extra point fruits to eat. There were also some variations of game-play for this version. You could turn off ghosts by selecting different games. You could have Ms. Pac-Man going up against one ghost! Talk about easy! Or if you want a little easier than normal, but not that easy, go for three ghosts. This is definitely a must play for any Pac-Man or Ms. Pac-Man fan out there.
Eat all the pellets without getting killed by the ghosts.
|D-Pad||Moves Ms. Pacman|
|How To Get To The Upper Levels|
|If you really want to get to the higher levels, do not go after the ghosts when you eat a power pellet. Just use that time to try and clear the board.|