It took a lot of skill (and quarters) to rack up an epic run on Ms. Pac-Man back in the day. Turns out it took sharp hand-eye co-ordination to assemble those iconic cabinets, too.
This raw archival footage—from a series about the arcade craze that apparently was never finished—looks inside a factory where one of the all-time great arcade games were made. The best part is watching the workers play the game to make sure they work.
(Spotted on Garrett Martin's Twitter)