Retro game fans looking to make a fashion statement on a rainy day, look no further. This is the rain poncho to end all rain ponchos. The next time it rains where you live, skip the umbrella, and go with the Pac-Man poncho instead.
Who says Pac-Man and Blinky need to be confined to the pixel-bound walls of their maze?
These fun wind-up Pac-Man racers are the perfect desktop toy for the retro gamer geek. No quarters or batteries are required to play with these authentic Namco-endorsed wind-ups.
These Pac-Man ghost coasters bring back 80s arcade memories every time you raise a glass.
ArcadeArt handcrafts these whimsical ghost coasters (aka ‘Ghosters’) that display Blinky the red ghost on one side, and then flip to reveal a post-power-pill blue ghost on the flip-side.
According to the artist, they’re made from “graffiti, wood, paint and pixels” – four ingredients that probably are all I’d need to survive on a desert island – assuming I get to keep my iPhone, wireless service, satellite dish, HDTV, DVR, PS3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS and some Red Vines too.
Stanley Wong and Tyler Russel have made a Pac-Man movie from the ghosts’ perspective that is quite a hilarious piece of filmmaking. If you are (or ever have been) a retro gaming geek, then you’ll probably want to spend the 5 minutes it takes to watch this.
The premise is simple: this is the Pac-Man story from the rarely imagined viewpoints of those pesky ghosts, Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde.
I’ve got a (Pac-Man) fever, and the only prescription is more Blinky. Well the good news is that there are certainly plenty of Pac-Man’s ghostly pals to go around on these most excellent sneakers from designer Ben Sherman.
Sherman’s aptly-named Blinky Shoes are covered from end-to-end with tons of little monochromatic ghosts, with just one red Blinky hidden on each shoe.