My Arcade Announces Commemorative PAC-MAN™ 40th Anniversary Edition Micro Player™

My Arcade, the leading manufacturer of licensed retro gaming collectibles, today announced the PAC-MAN™ 40th Anniversary Edition Micro Player. Created in partnership with BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc., this gold-clad version of My Arcade’s popular Micro Player line features lenticular “moving” labels on the cabinet sides and an arcade version of the classic PAC-MAN. The PAC-MAN™ 40th Anniversary Edition Micro Player will be available later this summer for MSRP $39.99.

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Dripping with classic 80s style, the PAC-MAN™ 40th Anniversary Edition Micro Player is the perfect collectible to celebrate 40 years in one of gaming history’s most iconic moments. It is ideal as a gift for old school gamers looking to relive the arcade age or those that want to meet PAC-MAN™ for the first time. Standing at just over six inches tall, this collectible arcade cabinet can be comfortably placed on a desk or put on display in an entertainment center.

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“We are extremely happy to partner with our friends at Bandai Namco to celebrate 40 years of PAC-MAN,” said Amir Navid, SVP of Product Development and Creative Director of My Arcade. “We ‘re commemorating this special occasion with a beautiful, unique collectable that is as fun to look at as it is to play, and we hope fans of the franchise enjoy it.”

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PAC-MAN™ 40th Anniversary Edition Micro Player features:

  • Full color screen
  • Arcade version of PAC-MAN™ adapted for Micro Player
  • Glowing coin trap
  • Removable joystick – Play in your preferred way, either with or without the joystick
  • Lenticular labels that animate the classic arcade cabinet graphics

While waiting for the PAC-MAN™ 40th Anniversary Edition Micro Player™, gamers can check out My Arcade’s current line-up of BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc. retro collectibles with titles including PAC-MAN™, Ms.PAC-MAN™ and many more!

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