State Lawmakers are considering a plan to change the way arcade games in South Dakota are taxed.
What could be called the Pac-Man Tax includes a registration system for coin operated amusement games that began in 1985. Today some believe the system is out dated.
If you’re in the right age bracket you know the video game Pac-Man.
“Those of us who are older might remember Pac-Man days. They had Pac-Man machines out and they were kind of the rage of the market,” says Bob Riter, a lobbyist for the Music and Vending Association of South Dakota .