This article is about the character. For information on the game, see Ms. Pac-Man (game).
|Japanese Name||ミズパックマン Mizu Pakkuman ペッパー Peppā|
|First Appearance||Ms. Pac-Man (1982)|
"Why, if I had a Power Pellet, I'd..."
In Arcade Games
Main article: Ms. Pac-Man (game)
Ms. Pac-Man looks almost exactly the same as Pac-Man in the arcade games, except she has a mole on her face and wears a red bow on her head and is sometimes shown wearing lipstick.
Ms. Pac-Man only appears in the intermissions. She is seen in one trying to protect her son from Yum-Yum who is a ghost that he has a crush on.
Making her first official appearance in a Japanese game, Ms. Pac-Man appears as a supporting character in the game.
Pac-Man World series
In this game, Ms. Pacman is kidnapped, along with Pooka, Chomp-Chomp, Prof. Pac, Pac-Man Junior, and Baby Pac, by Toc-Man's ghost henchman. She is kidnapped in her house, and it is actually shown that she has a Pac-Cat. She is put into a sack and taken to Toc-Man's headquarters. The henchmen were sent to, and meant to capture Pac-Man, but realized their mistake when they got back to the HQ. Ms. Pac-Man was then put in a large cage in an level in the Graveyard Area. Pac-Man rescues her at last, and she, along with the other former captives, help out in the fight against Toc-Man by throwing out Health Wedges.
She appears at the end when Spooky is defeated.
In this game, Ms. Pac-Man appears as one of the main characters. She appears in the end and expresses her thoughts about Erwin and how he has been attacking Pac-Man using Gogekka. Pac-Man later defeats Erwin and Ms. Pac-Man lets the whole thing go. She also mentions that she thinks raw power sucking machines are cute. She is annoyed to find Clyde & the other ghosts arriving (all except Orson) at their front yard & Clyde says they'd only be living with them for a few months, when he asked what was for dinner, she responded "You are." & Pac-Man's son gave him a power pellet & chased them off.
After a long absence from the spotlight, Ms. Pac-Man returns as the main protagonist of her own game once more. In the game, she aids Prof. Pac-Man in saving Pac-Land and its princess from an evil force.
In Pac 'n Roll, Ms. Pac-Man's origins and her first meeting with Pac-Man is shown. In the story, Ms. Pac-Man had met Pac-Man as a child when he was training under her father Pac-Master on how to be a Pac-Knight, and both fell in love at first sight. However on the night of the Power Pellet Festival, Ms. Pac-Man, along with her father, her sister, her dog, and her mother were captured by Golvis, a powerful green ghost and the main antagonist of the story. In the end they were rescued by Pac-Man after he defeats Golvis.
Mario Kart Arcade GP:
Ms. Pac-Man is a playable character in this game.
Mario Kart Arcade GP 2:
Ms. Pac-Man is a returning character in the game's sequel.
She appears as a playable character in Pac-Man World Rally. She is a middleweight character, but unlike the other medium-weight racers, she actually has balanced stats, and thus the highest top-speed. Despite her increase in top speed, she maintains decent acceleration and handling. For this reason she outclasses the other middleweights.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Ms. Pac-Man appears in 8 bit form in the Pac-Land stage.
- Ms. Pac-Man, her mother, her sister and her daughter were the only female Pac-People to appear in the series prior to its reboot.
- In the Saturday morning cartoon series back in the 1980's, Ms. Pac-Man was always addressed as "Pepper" by her husband Pac-Man whenever he spoke to her. She in return would call him "Packy".
- The Saturday morning version of her was also the only incarnation of Ms. Pac-Man to ever have hair. (Brown).
- She appears in a restroom sign in Disney's Wreck-It Ralph.
- In Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures, her counterpart/replacement is Cylindria.