Minneapolis International Airport

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
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1942Ms. Pac-Man/Galaga - Class Of 1981

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2015-07-16Pacgirl As of June, 2015 the airport does have this game in a small arcade called "Aurora Borealis"
2014-10-30JoshI played the Ms. Pac-Man/Galaga machine there, and that machine has the original Pac-Man as a hidden game you can unlock using the joystick. The code is up 3x, down 3x, left, right, left, right, left.
2014-10-29Wile E. CoyoteThey have two machines of the Ms. Pac-Man/Galaga. They have Ms. Pac-Man, Galaga, and Pac-Man as a hidden bonus game.
2009-03-05Mike WatersIn either the H terminal or the L terminal, there's an arcade called Lucky Lindy's. This was added sometime between 2004 and 2008, I'm not sure exactly when because it had been that long between times I was last at the airport. From the airport upstairs, just keep going forward a few yards, and you will find it on your left. Like the rest of the arcades, this one has a Ms. Pac-Man/Galaga Class of '81 machine, but it also has an oversized 1942 machine that was obviously converted from a different machine. The joystick wasn't completely responsive and the sound didn't work, but it was still fun to play, as I'd not seen 1942 in an arcade in almost 20 years.
2006-10-05ABRThe Humphrey Terminal (the H gates) also has a small game room. It has a Ms. Pac Man/Galaga Machine, along with 3 pinballs and a few other machines. It is post security, so prepare to fly or prepare to be bored.
2004-07-29Tony PMillipede was fixed when I played it on the 07-15-04. Millipede is in the downstairs acrade, known as "Aurora Borealis". It's near the tram stop on the north terminal. To get to it, go down the hallway for concourses "ABCD" from the ticketing area.
2004-07-13Mike WatersA final comment about the Millipede machine: chances are unless you are really good, you will die quickly while playing this game. The trackball didn't respond to upward movement when I played it.
2004-07-05Mike WatersWhen I was there, I remember seeing a Ms. Pac-Man/Galaga Class Of '81 machine in both game rooms, which yes, are really small, 1943: The Battle Of Midway in the one upstairs, and Millipede in the one downstairs. It was just Millipede, not a combo machine that I could tell. I don't know if I just missed the Ms. Pac-Man machine or what, since I had gotten off a plane into Minneapolis and not walked straight into the airport, but there were enough games to pass the time for me, even during a 6 hour layover.
2003-01-06JoeThe games in this place are spread out quite a bit. The Hang On game, and one of the Ms. Pac-Man/Galaga games (they have two of them) are found in one of the Northwest Airlines gates. 1943, After Burner, and Double Axle are found in a small game room, and the Centipede/Millipede/Missle Command combo game, and another Ms. Pac-Man Galaga combo are found in another small game room. I can't remember seeing a Ms. Pac-Man game here (although I very well could've missed it, since there very well could be more arcade games in this airport that I could've missed) They have quite a few good new games here too, so at least the games here give you a good way to kill time if you're waiting long for a flight. It would help if they were all in one place though.
2002-03-24Special Agent 74The Pac Man game is the Reunion game. Has Ms Pac Man (fast versino) and Galaga. (Stand Up)

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