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Pac-Man Stress Balls: Squash Some Ghosts and Chill Out

by Paul Strauss

Now I don’t exactly remember the part of Pac-Man where you smash the ghosts with your giant fists of doom, but I suppose that would have been pretty cool. At least now you can try and replicate that gameplay dynamic at home with these Pac-Man and ghost stress balls. (Is a ghost really a ball?)


They’re perfectly sized to fit in the palm of your hand, and are great for working out any extraneous hostility you might have – especially if you got stuck on one of the more difficult levels trying to get that bonus “fruit” that looks like a Galaxian spaceship or that damned key. And if you’re the self-deprecating type, you can squash Pac-Man instead of Blinky, Inky or Clyde. Say, where’s Pinky, by the way? Maybe he’s off regenerating himself back in ghost cage.


But I digress. If you’re feeling stressed out, you can get your hands on the Pac-Man and ghost stress balls over at KitschaGoGo for £3.99 to £4.99 (~$6 to $8 USD).

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