Manufacturers Bally Midway , Midway

Bally Midway Coin Door

Used in many Bally Midway classic games

Original Bally Midway 2-slot style coin door used on many of its classic arcade games (such as Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Tron,  Galaga, Gorf, Tron, Tapper, Spy Hunter, etc). 

This door definitely needs to be restored, it is dirty and and some surface rust and typical wear from sitting for a while.  Looks to have been from an earlier Midway game (Pac-Man or something).  One of the plungers is broken, but we have included another assembly. 

Coin door should restore nicely though, not heavy dents or dings, just needs a bit of restoration.  See pictures for more details.

Related Game Title Ms. Pac-Man
Related Game Title Tron
Related Game Title Spy Hunter
Related Game Title Pac-Man
Related Game Title Tapper
Related Game Title Galaga
Quick Game Facts
Ms. Pac-Man

Hugely popular follow up to the hit Pac-Man. Ms. Pac-Man still earns her keep in arcades today, and it is not unusual to see a Ms. Pac-Man sitting right next to state-of-art arcade games.

Gameplay is simple: control Ms. Pac with a joystick, chomping on dots in the maze. Avoid the ghosts, but you can turn the tables with a power pellet. If you see a fruit bouncing through the maze, grab it for extra points. You'll cycle through several mazes, and see new intermission screens.

Coin-Op Overview

Probably the most popular and profitable coin-operated arcade game of all time. The sequel to Pac-Man was a instant success and continues to do well today. Bally Midway released the game in an upright cabinet, cocktail and cabaret (mini) cabinet.

All Ms. Pac-Man PCBs are Pac-Man PCBs with a daughter card necessary for the extra mazes and software. A Pac-Man game can be upgraded to a Ms. Pac-Man by installing this daughtercard.

Screen Captures

Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1981
Manufacturer: Midway
Genre: Labyrinth/Maze
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: Namco Galaxian
Monitor Type: Raster
Orientation: Vertical
Monitor Resolution: CGA