Pac-Man's Pixel Bash Chill Cabinet Targets 8-Bit Classics Enthusiasts

Posted On: 8/2/2018

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WOOD DALE, IL -- Bandai Namco Amusement America has introduced a home version of its Pac-Man Pixel Bash game, an eye-catching piece that offers nostalgic videogame fans the opportunity to play 32 well-remembered titles on an authentic arcade game in the comfort of their own homes. The coin edition attracted attention at Bowl Expo 2018 in Las Vegas, organized by the Bowling Proprietors Assocition of America.

All the included games are licensed. What's more, the new Pac-Man's Pixel Bash Chill Cabinet incorporates a reach-in refrigerator, two cup holders (one on each side) plus a convenient centrally-mounted bottle opener.

The thirsty aficionado of 8-bit microprocessor and low-res color graphics gameplay can choose from a long list of iconic creations from the glory days of video gaming, both in arcades and on home game consoles driving NTSC television sets. The list includes Bosconian, DigDug, DigDug II, Dragon Spirit, Galaga, Galaga 88, Galaxian, Mappy, Hopping Mappy, Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Super Pac-Man, Pac-Mania, Pac & Pal, Pac-Man Plus, Rally-X, New Rally-X, Rolling Thunder, Xevious, Super Xevious, Baraduke, Dragon Buster, Tower of Druaga, Gaplus, Grobda, King & Balloon, Metro-Cross, Motos, Rompers, Skykid, Skykid Deluxe and Splatterhouse. And the pleasure of becoming reacquainted with these landmarks of gaming history need not be interrupted by the need to break away to the kitchen for another tall cold one.

Bandai Namco Amusement America, Inc. is a subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings (USA) Inc. BNAA reports that its cutting-edge technology elevates its home recreational products well beyond traditional entertainment.

BNAA also is a leading manufacturer of coin-operated arcade games and attractions, ranging from video games like Time Crisis 5 and Mario Kart DX to redemption designs like Jumpin' Jackpot and Whack'em Funky Gators.