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Pac-Man Mosaic Table Gobbles Tiles, Not Power Pills

by Conner Flynn

Nothing says 1980s like Pac-Man. If I had saved all of the quarters I pumped into that game, I would be a very rich man, but I wouldn’t have such fond memories of the game. Too bad I didn’t save just enough quarters to buy this awesome mosaic Pac-Man table.

This retro table was designed and made by Kiran Hungin. The mosaic is done in glass tile on top of a 1960s Formica table. Now that is classy. It’s awesome. It’s retro. And it is one-of-a-kind. You can buy it at UK Etsy doppelganger Folksy for £225.00 (~$358 USD) if you move quick.

Sure, that’s a lot of quarters, but just having saved the quarters I pumped into lesser games like Popeye and Kangaroo, I would have been able to afford this. Damn my 80s arcade games addiction!

[via Boing Boing via Neatorama]




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