Ms. Pac-Man was originally created by 2 programmers at General Computer Corporation who altered a Pac-Man board. The original name for the new game was Crazy Otto. General Computer Corporation sold the rights to Crazy Otto to Midway who changed the name to Ms. Pac-Man and distributed the game without Namco's consent. To avoid loss of other licenses and lawsuits, Midway turned over rights to Ms. Pac-Man to Namco in 1982.
- At least a high clearance 2WD vehicle or 4WD is recommended for this series. 2WD can get you out to the area, but 4WD may be necessary to get to all roads. Hiking in is always an option. Please use good judgement to avoid getting stuck out there!
- Watch out for Jumping Cholla
- As always watch out for the desert critters, plants, etc
- This cache location is on BLM land with permission.
- Arizona State Land Permit may be required to get to roads to some of these caches
Arizona State Land Permit ($15 individual, $20 family). These permits are valid for one year from the date of purchase and can be obtained through the mail by calling (602)364-2753, or by visiting the Arizona State Land Department, 1616 W. Adams Street, Phoenix, AZ 85007. You can also download the application from the ASLD web site.
Friends of Blinky are a group of Tucson, Catalina, Sierra Vista, Green Valley, Apache Junction, and Yuma cachers that connected to create this wonderful series for all Geocachers to enjoy. We want to thank everyone on the project, either directly or indirectly involved, for all the donated containers, wonderful ideas, fantastic wherigo, willingness to place containers, general Geocaching goodwill, and all their hard work in putting this series together. The Arizona Geocaching community is full of amazing and giving people. We hope you enjoy!