- Manufacturer: Bally-Midway
- Year: 1982
- Cabinet type: Upright / Pinball
- Measures (WxHxD): 61,0 x 179,3 x 94,0 cm
- Working voltage: 220V
- Maximum consumption: 238,0W 1,120A
- Technology: Vertical color raster monitor
The yellow ball-shaped character became iconic in a very short time and the themed games proliferated immediately. Baby Pac-Man continues the saga after the adventure of his father (Pac-Man, in fact) and his mother (Ms. Pac-Man). This time the baby has to escape the ghosts in an even more amazing, without the famous pills that turn enemies into edible material! To be able to remedy this lack the poor child must exit the maze using one of the outputs at the bottom of the screen. At this point you activate the second part of the game consisting of a real pinball machine!! The player must remain as much as possible in the pinball part, trying to hit the targets that represent, each one, a corner of the screen obtaining the desired pill. You can also turn on bonuses that allow you to temporarily return to the upper floor to complete part of the maze. Generally, however, once the steel ball is lost, the Baby-Pac-Man returns to the maze without being able to access it for the entire duration of the level.
The game in the collection is the original American version, very hard to find in Italy, and it is in very good condition. It has both the side art and the Control panel overlay reproduced as the original ones were irreparably compromised. The pinball plan is in excellent condition as is the rest of the graphics. The TV shows a bit the signs of time.