Hello! Quite a while back, I was playing Dig Dug on one of those Plug and Play emulator things for the TV, and since I was just messing around, I decided to try and dig out as much of the ground as possible. A while into doing so, a weird sound played, can't remember exactly what it was (this was a few years ago that this happened) but I think it was either the extra life sound or the insert coin sound. After it finished playing, the game froze for about half a second and the life counter at the bottom went completely off the screen, giving me what I now assume was 255 lives, which is probably the maximum amount in an old game (seeing as there's a max of 255 levels in games like Dig Dug, Pac-Man, or Galaga). I was never able to recreate the bug, and I never recorded footage, since I had no screen cap for my TV and I was just messing around with the game. I meant to document this back when it happened, but I kinda forgot until now. I attached an image of the console I performed the glitch on, but it probably works on MAME, too. I still have the thing sitting in my basement, but when I plug it in and turn it on, the screen goes black and white, glitches out, hangs, then shuts off. Best I can get for gameplay is about a minute before this happens, if I'm lucky.