Further down the page you'll find a video comparing different versions of the game, along with a rather nice selection of photos.
Firstly, though, here we have a free online flash version of Ms. Pacman. It's pretty authentic, and the only difference I can see is that Ms. Pacman forgot to apply her lipstick and put a bow in her hair!
In the early 80s, Ms. Pac-Man was released as an unauthorised sequel to the original by Midway (in 1981). Due to its incredible popularity, it was then officially licensed by Namco.
Basically, Ms. Pac-Man is a female version of our pill-munching friend with very similar gameplay. There are some differences, such as the ghost's having different behaviour patterns and many mazes having two sets of warp tunnels. As you can see, it's slightly different visually and features more feminine colours, and one of the few games from the era to have a large female following.
Anyway, the object of the game is still the same - gobble-up all the pills to complete a level. Avoid the ghosts unless you have just munched a larger power pill, in which case you can munch the ghosts for a limited time and gain extra points. Fruits also appear from time-to-time which will give you bonus points if you eat them.
Have a munchingly good time! Have I just created a new word?
Ms. Pac-Man Atari 2600 Version
Screenshot from the Atari 2600 version.