This update to Pac-Man changed the character to a lady, added moving fruit, smarted monsters, cutscenes and more mazes.

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This update to Pac-Man changed the character to a lady, added moving fruit, smarted monsters, cutscenes and more mazes.

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fruit | pac man | maze | warp | maze game | See All (17) »

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Gobble! gobble! gulp! See more »

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Action | Family | Fantasy

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Unrated
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1981 (USA)  »

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Crazy Otto  »

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Ms. Pac-Man was originally created by 2 programmers at General Computer Corporation who altered a Pac-Man board. The original name for the new game was Crazy Otto. General Computer Corporation sold the rights to Crazy Otto to Midway who changed the name to Ms. Pac-Man and distributed the game without Namco's consent. To avoid loss of other licenses and lawsuits, Midway turned over rights to Ms. Pac-Man to Namco in 1982. See more »

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Featured in The Grifters (1990) See more »

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OKAY
9 September 2000 | by See all my reviews

This sequel to Pac-man is an okay game. In this game, you play as the wife of Pac-man. It's the same game, you have to avoid the ghosts and munch every yellow pellet to complete each level. The mazes are slightly different than the ones in Pac-man. If you love Pac-man, you might love Ms. Pac-man. But I prefer the original one. It is a okay game, but it's not original.

I give this game 6 out of 10


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