My Arcade Micro Player Mini Arcade Machine: Pac-Man Video Game, Fully Playable, 6.75 Inch Collectible, Color Display, Speaker, Volume Buttons, Headphone Jack, Battery or Micro USB Powered
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- Original Inspired Artwork - For a high quality and authentic retro look
- 2.75 Inch Full Color Display - For a premium nostalgic gaming experience
- Removable Joystick - To play with the directional pad instead if you prefer
- Audio Features - Includes external speaker, volume controls, and 3.5mm headphone jack
- Powered by Micro USB or 4 AA Batteries - Sold separately
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My Arcade Pac-Man Micro Player
The Pac-Man Micro Player is one of many collectible mini arcade machines by My Arcade that feature some of the world's most beloved classic video games. Collect all the Pac-Dots and fruits, but watch out for ghosts. Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde are out to get one of gaming’s most iconic characters, Pac-Man. Originally released in 1980, Pac-Man is often regarded as one of the most famous arcade games and is still a staple in arcades across the world. My Arcade Micro Players are premium 6.75 inch miniature arcade cabinets that feature high quality artwork inspired by the original arcade machines. They are boxed in collectible packaging that can be displayed in homes and offices. Fully playable and perfect for fans of retro gaming, Micro Players feature 2.75 inch full color displays, removable joysticks, external speakers with volume controls, and headphone jacks. They are powered via micro USB or 4 AA batteries, which are not included.
2.75 Inch Full Color Display
2.75 inch full color display enables an authentic arcade experience
External Speaker, Volume Controls, Headphone Jack
Enhanced audio with volume controls and a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack
Artwork inspired by original Elevator Action arcade machine for a premium feel
Remove joystick to play with the d-pad instead
My Arcade Ms. Pac-Man Micro Player
The Ms. Pac-Man Micro Player is one of many collectible mini arcade machines by My Arcade that feature some of the world's most beloved classic video games. A timeless classic, Ms. Pac-Man was originally created to pay homage to female gamers that helped make the original Pac-Man a success. The queen of gaming has since gone on to be a smash hit on her own, being dubbed the most successful arcade game of 1982.
Micro Player - 6.75 Inch
Micro Player - 6.75 Inch
Micro Player - 6.75 Inch
Micro Player - 6.75 Inch
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It’s been a year later and no response from My Arcade about the audio. Despite this I discovered some recent reviews showing the audio was fine. So I picked up another at Target and sure enough the audio had been fixed. Add one star to my review because of this but not another considering the poor handling of the original problem by My Arcade. When great mini arcade companies like New Wave Toys and Rubber Road come out with amazing recreations, immediately acknowledge issues, and provide support by way of firmware updates then it’s time to avoid these cheap "arcade" machines. I highly recommend spending the extra dough and getting a quality product made by a company that actually has some integrity.
1) Device itself is very well made. Not flimsy.
Great miniature version of a full sized arcade game complete with artwork.
2) Sounds just like the arcade game. Volume control.
3) Display is nice and simulates the arcade game
in all it's 16 bit animated glory.
4) Takes 4 AA batteries or micro USB connector for power.
I would put a caveat here. If you intend to power it via USB,
the user manual says the device takes 5V, 250ma. This amperage is relatively low power.
Check your USB power. Most modern USB adaptors use 5V 1A or 5V 2A which
will probably fry the electronics of the video game.
If your game dies suddenly, this is probably why.
I am using an adaptor from an old NON-smart phone.
It outputs 5V, 500ma which should be OK.
If you have a universal adaptor, you could go down to 5V, 300ma which is better.
5) It cost me $12 and change for this game.
I'm guessing the low price is due to people wanting to buy the Galaga version
of this game and not buy Galaxian.
None. It's a very good product for this type of video game.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 12, 2019
Admittedly what you get is not the absolutely authentic original arcade game. You can easily tell because many of these early NAMCO arcade games used a vertical monitor in the cabinet; here you get a horizontal display. The scores appear alongside the action, not above or below it. What you're actually playing is a modified 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) version of the game. But it's as colourful as the arcade and has all the right sound effects. Purists may note that the colours and ghost behaviour are not exact reproductions of the arcade version. Sadly the game does not have a high-score table, nor does it retain the best high score when you switch it off or reset it.
But for that reason, I'd suggest getting Ms PacMan over the original PacMan where the price difference is still small. PacMan only has the one maze, and just keeps getting faster. But mastering it won't necessarily make you a king of proper arcade PacMan. Ms PacMan on the other hand is simply more entertaining in this form. The main difference is that every few levels the maze layout changes, and the mazes come in different colours. The fruit bonuses also move around the maze instead of staying in one place, and more famously the player's puck character sports a red bow!
I've bought four of these 'MICRO PLAYER' mini arcade games so far and love them all. My opinion on the games available are as follows:
'Galaxians' is your straight-up left/right/fire clone of 'Space Invaders' but in colour. 'Galaga' is the sequel and the better game as it features swooping and dive-bombing enemies, and the secret ability to double-up your player's ship at the cost of a life.
'Mappy' is a platform collect-the-objects game with trampolines instead of a jump button, and probably the most fun of these games that you've never heard of. It has loads of different levels and bonus rounds. If you can get it for much less than the other games it's well worth it.
'Dig-Dug' and 'Burger Time' don't look so great and are for die-hard fans of the original games only.
'Caveman Ninja' (or 'Joe & Mac') and 'Heavy Barrel' are pretty poor imitations of the arcade originals converted to run on the 8-bit NES-type hardware inside these units. There's a lot missing and the graphics just aren't anywhere close to what you may remember from the arcade.
Of the newer ones to come out (including Ms PacMan), 'Bubble Bobble' is a really fun adaptation, though for one player only. The sprites tend to flicker if you blow too many bubbles in one place. But the playability is definitely there, as is the famously jaunty music.
'Elevator Action' may be another one for die-hard fans of the original game only, as it all looks and moves a bit simply and repetitively. The next one I'm interested in is 'Rolling Thunder'. The graphics aren't quite up to the arcade original, but it looks like a fairly good reproduction of the gameplay. But a warning that the arcade original is brutally tough on the player and by all accounts that was carried over into the official NES version. So I guess I'm one of those die-hards I was talking about!
I just wish they'd consider making mini-machines of Sky Kid, Mr. Do, and especially Time Pilot.
Finally, a note on returns. I ordered this 'Fulfilled by Amazon' with an Amazon Prime subscription, and it turned up at my home around 6:30 pm the following day (Saturday), which seemed fairly late, but at least it was next-day. Some clue as to when it would show up would have helped.
Anyway, it turned out to be faulty - a permanent bright green line across the top of the screen and two sets of three defective vertical lines. Amazon didn't have a 'replacement' option so I filled out the standard return form (giving the reason as 'defective'), printed the label, put it back in the shipping box and put it in an Amazon locker on the Monday. The next day it was marked as collected. I chose a credit rather than complete refund and that showed up immediately, so I ordered another and it was in the locker again Wednesday afternoon for me to pickup, and the new one works fine. Bit of a shame I got a defective one, but very happy with the (automated) process of getting it resolved.
Ours lives on a window sill in the loo, so I am reluctant to try it myself, but I will often hear it running when my youngest child is in there. To my knowledge it is still running on its first set of batteries.
It is impressive that they can make these for the price and incorporate switches that last.