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Ms. Pac-Man (NES, Tengen)

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Title Screen

Ms. Pac-Man

Developer: Tengen
Publisher: Tengen
Platform: Unlicensed NES
Released in US: 1990

LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.

DCIcon.png This game has a Data Crystal page

Tengen's port of Ms. Pac-Man for the NES is, surprisingly, a much more faithful port than Namco's own port, despite being released three years earlier. This particular port was ported to the Genesis in 1991, which was then ported to the SNES in 1996. Port port port.

Level Select

When the game is paused, input the following button code: A, A, A, B, B, B, Up, Down, Left, Right, A, B, A, B, A, B, Up, Down, Left, Right, B, A, B, A, A, A, Up, Down, Left, Right. When activated, the Select button can be used to instantly skip to the next level. This cheat will also unlock the ability to start a game from a level higher than 7, up to 99.

Easter Egg

Ms. Pac-Man Tengen NES Easter Egg.png

In a two player game, if both players enter a tunnel and collide with each other at the same time from inside the tunnel, a Junior will spawn from atop the Ghost House and roam the maze. Up to six Juniors can be spawned and each Junior can be picked up for 5,000 points.

This easter egg can be triggered on levels 10 and upwards, and once triggered six times, no additional Juniors will spawn. The easter egg does not exist in the Genesis, SNES, or Sega Master System versions of the game.