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Pacmania Bowl Needs to Be a Thing

by Paul Strauss
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Being an avid fan of the classic arcade game Pac-Man, it’s hard for me to resist much of anything with a solid Pac-theme to it. So combine Pac-Man with junk food, and I’m happier than a yellow puck in a roomful of blue ghosts and unlimited power pills.

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The Pacmania bowl looks like the perfect thing for munching down on your favorite snacks and desserts – especially cherries, pretzels and the occasional key or Galaxian spaceship. It was designed on a whim by Christopher Locke, and is only a concept at this point. But that doesn’t make it any less awesome. Sure, the green and purple Pac-men aren’t exactly color-matched to the original, and I don’t remember Pac-Man having stubby little corgi legs, but that’s part of the fun, IMHO.

Chris needs to hook up with someone like Suck UK or Fred & Friends (who already produce cool licensed Pac-Man garb) and get his design produced. I’d fill my entire cupboard with a bunch, as I’m sure many a retro game geek would too.

If you like Chris’ Pacmania bowl, be sure to head over to his page on Behance and show your appreciation!

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