Ms. Pac-Man (Atari 2600 - a2600)
Although the PAC-man has been a bestseller for the Atari 2600, when he was released, he was usually criticized for poor graphics and sound, and that it looked a bit like the arcade it was based on. Together with e. M. Extraterrestrial, he was one of the most critically acclaimed games of its time.
Ms. PAC-man was an arcade sequel PEC-Maine, and its translation into the Atari 2600 is a giant leap forward for the console.
Unlike-Man races for Atari 2600, Ms. Pac-Man includes four different color ghosts, fruit and changing labyrinths. A new option is not available in the Arcade has been added, allowing the player to determine the number of ghosts that roam the maze.
Except for the moving fruits gameplay Ms. PAC-man, the same as Pac-Man. The object of the game is to clear a maze of dots while avoiding the ghosts. Guzzle power pills to make Blue ghosts, which is a signal that they are greedy for their voracious appetite.