My name is Pianist
, and I'm a closeted Pac-a-holic.
I owned a Baby Pac-Man machine for a few years. It took a great deal of work to bring back to "like new" condition. I regret selling it. It was one of the first video/pinball machine combination machines, and a very difficult one to play well. Gave myself a good zap repairing the flyback transformer (LOPT) on the monitor and rectifier board.No, that's not my high score. The picture was taken before I added a feature that enabled saving after power loss.
I also scratch built and wired up a cocktail Pac-Man Plus machine. I decided to upgrade the memory to Plus because I knew all of the original Pac-Man patterns that allowed you to get to level 255.