Manufacturers Bally Midway , Midway

Bally Midway Coin Door

Used in many Bally Midway classic games

Original Midway 2-slot style coin door used on many of its classic arcade games (such as Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Tron, Galaga, Gorf, etc).  This is an earlier version of the coin door, it is missing the button plug on the top center and the frame is a different color. Note that we don't have the three screws to secure it to the frame. 

Door has some typical wear, but should be restorable, see pictures for more details.

Related Game Title Ms. Pac-Man
Related Game Title Pac-Man
Related Game Title Tapper
Related Game Title Galaga
Related Game Title Super Pac-Man
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