If you grew up at the arcade then you likely have fond memories of playing games like Pac-Man, Galaga, Dig Dug and others that are now considered to be “classics”. Now you can bring those great titles back to your game room and in their proper arcade forms thanks to Bandai Namco’s Pac-Man’s Pixel Bash Chill!
This model is specially designed to go into residential situations like a home game room or “man cave.” Bandai Namco has added special features not found in any other professionally produced cabinet – a min-fridge, two cup holders and a bottle opener. There is no coin door present with this build and cannot be added. It features the same software as the Pixel Bash Coin Edition, but adds Ms. Pac-Man to sport up to 32 incredible retro games from the ’80s in one package. These are the original arcade software designs – no hacks, knock-offs, inferior console versions or the like. The cabinet features authentic arcade controls and a sharp LCD monitor. Each game (with the exception of Ms. Pac-Man) was originally designed by Namco, meaning that everything here is official and licensed. Thus you can buy with confidence – this isn’t some hodge podge creation thrown together in a garage.
What Classics Are On Pac-Man’s Pixel Bash Chill Non-Coin Edition?
Here is the complete list of titles you will find on the Pixel Bash Chill cabinet. As of this writing, the machine does NOT offer any updates to add additional software to it.
Those 32 titles are:
- Baraduke (1985)
- Bosconian (1981)
- Dig Dug (1982)
- Dig Dug II (1985)
- Dragon Buster (1984)
- Dragon Spirit (1987)
- Galaga (1981)
- Galaga ’88 (1987)
- Galaxian (1979)
- Gaplus (1984)
- Grobda (1984)
- Hopping Mappy (1986)
- King And Balloon (1981)
- Mappy (1983)
- Metro-Cross (1985)
- Ms. Pac-Man (1982)
- MotoS (1985)
- New Rally-X (1981)
- Pac-Man (1980)
- Pac-Man Plus (1982)
- Pac & Pal (1983)
- Pacmania (1987)
- Rally-X (1980)
- Rolling Thunder (1986)
- Rompers (1989)
- Sky Kid (1985)
- Sky Kid Deluxe (1985)
- Splatterhouse (1988)
- Super Pac-Man (1982)
- Super Xevious (1984)
- Tower Of Druaga (1984)
- Xevious (1982)
What Other Features Does Pac-Man’s Pixel Bash Chill Include?
– Full upright design matches the size of other standard arcade cabinets from the 80s & 90s
– Non-Coin/Free Play operation
– Built-in Mini-Fridge w/ glass front and Coin Door design etched into the glass; two attached cup holders; one mounted bottle opener
– 26″ vertically mounted LCD monitor provides a bigger screen than the 19″ originals
– 1980s style arcade joystick with a red ball-top (4-way/4-switch)
– Ambidextrous action buttons (two available)
– Uses the same type of detachable power cord as used on desktop PCs, monitors and HDTVs (NOTE: Often the factory ships this without including the cord)
– Plugs into any standard three-prong home outlet
– Operator adjustable features including volume and individual game configurations
Buy With Confidence From PrimeTime Amusements
It is also important to note that Namco has not announced any software upgrade package for this machine to include additional games. If you ever come across an arcade game out there that has various famous arcade titles on it, like Donkey Kong, Ms. Pac-Man, Centipede, Frogger and Space Invaders in one package, it is going to be an unauthorized, illegal game. The same goes for those “3000-in-1!” games you find on sites like eBay. Games like that never have the proper authorization to put together such games and they usually are fly-by-night operations.
Primetime Amusements on the other hand is an authorized arcade retailer and only deals with legitimate products built by original factory owners.
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