Baby Pac-Man

Baby Pac-Man is an arcade video game developed by Bally Midway, released in 1982. It is a hybrid pinball and video game machine, where players control a ball that moves both on a pinball table and on video screens.

  • 1982
  • Bally Midway
  • 1 Player
  • Pinball Hybrid
  • Available At
Baby Pac-Man was not as successful as its predecessor, Pac-Man, but it has become a sought-after collector's item among arcade game enthusiasts.

How to Play

The game has 8 levels and the goal is to navigate through a maze while avoiding ghosts and collecting dots, similar to the classic Pac-Man game. Points are scored by hitting targets and completing tasks on the pinball table, as well as on the video screens.

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