Short(er) Vacation and USPS Shipping Delays (7/23/21)

Headed out for a short vacation on Wednesday (7/28/21) without the kids this time:)  All orders placed while we are away will ship on Tuesday August 3, 2021. Sorry for any inconvience, making up for missed vacations last year due to Covid.

Please note that the US Post Office is still experiencing delays in delivery times. We CANNOT guarantee any USPS delivery time at this time and recommend using UPS if you have concerns about transit times. 

Also we are no longer shipping to some countries (Spain, Greece, Italy to name a few).  We have had too many issues with packages not arriving and will not ship to these countries for the forseeable future.

Quick Game Facts
Jr. Pac-Man

Another in the series of Bally Midway's Pac-Man games, Jr. Pac-Man features a unique twist to the the Pac games: large scrolling mazes. Each level consists of a maze about three times the size of those seen in Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man. In addition to different and larger mazes, Jr. Pac must gobble up the bonus items that appear on each maze quickly as when the bonus items pass over existing pellets, they make each pellet larger. Gobbling the larger pellets slows Jr. Pac-Man down.

Coin-Op Overview

Jr. Pac-man was originally a "factory conversion" of a Mappy cabinet. The game had the large Marquee that folded up and down for display. Production of the game in its this cabinet was halted early on (cost) and only conversion kits were produced. Very few original cabinets were produced and usually Jr. Pac-man games are found to be in converted Pac-man, Ms. Pac-man, and Super Pacman cabinets.

Screen Captures


Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1983
Manufacturer: Bally Midway
Genre: Labyrinth/Maze
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: Namco Galaxian
Orientation: Vertical
Monitor Resolution: CGA