Hey guys, I figured I'd post this here since some of you might be interested. I've dedicated a webpage to the restoration I did on my Ms. Pac-Man arcade machine. I plan on adding some more stuff to it like links and show the brushed and spray guns I used. Lemme know whatcha think
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Last edited by Gunbu; December 9th, 2003 at 11:33 PM.
Interesting indeed...something different here...
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Awesome! I'm glad you guys like it. If you're interested in maybe getting a machine, check out this google group. http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=e...s.video.arcade
Lots of good info there like where to get a machine, tech help, lots o' good stuff.
Hey Fozzybar, here's Ms. Pac-Man's 24 hour personal bodyguards. Gotta protect those cultural assests
Ok, I just wanted to bump up my post. I mean damn, it's only gotten 77 views in a week! Pretty crappy. Anyways, I changed the title too so maybe more people will look at it
fascinating to see teh process. damn good job on it too
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Interesing bit of info:
Miss. Pakman was actually a version of Pakman that some MIT graduate students hacked. Midway liked it so much they published it.
It would be cool to take up this hobby, I'd like to have an old Pakman tabletop.
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