11 Classic Arcade Games That Are Now Available on PC: Page 11 of 11

A simpler, yet joyous time...
A simpler, yet joyous time...

1. Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man

Before Sonic, before Mario, there was Pac-Man: the original video game mascot.

Pac-Man, developed by Namco and released in arcades in 1980, starred the eponymous yellow blob whose strange diet consisted of fruits, pellets, and ghosts.

The game was simple; navigate a maze full of shimmering dots without getting murdered by any of the four ghosts. Eating a power pellet turned the tables, temporarily allowing Pac-Man to gulp said ghosts down. You move on to the next stage once all dots have been ingested.

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Though it didn’t do so well in Japan, in North America, its massive success eventually earned it over 2 billion dollars in coins guzzled by arcade machines alone. In 1982, Ms. Pac-Man was released, and was immediately recognized as a huge improvement over the game that inspired it.

Currently available for the PC is Pac-Man Museum: a compilation that includes Pac-Man, and other games in the franchise. Ms. Pac-Man is a DLC for this collection. What better way to enjoy two of the best classic arcade games?

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So what do you guys think about these classic arcade games? Have your own favorites that you’d like to share with us? Tell us in the comments section below!

Hungry for more classic games? How about the 11 Best PC Games That Are Over 10 Years Old But Still Awesome?

And how about the games, both old and new, that made us love PC gaming in the first place? You can read about them in the article, 15 Awesome PC Games That Made Us Love PC Gaming.

Now that we’re on the topic of classic PC games, check out our Top 10 Best Blizzard Games, Ranked Best to Worst and All Total War Games, Ranked Best to Worst.

If you’re looking for something new, head on to 12 New PC Games That You Must Play in 2015.

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