If you’ve ever gone abroad you probably had spare coins from the country you visited. You can change it back to your country’s currency or keep it as a memento, but more often than not they’ll just end up stashed in your drawer, “for when you go back.”
This Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man throw blanket from Penelope and Clyde would make a great anniversary gift for the right pair of gamer geeks. Celebrate your love by celebrating the love of these two classic game characters.
What gamer girl wouldn’t want a pair of Ms. Pac-Man high heels? They look sexy and stylish. These heels are made for gaming. And that’s just what they’ll do… You know what they say, High heels, high scores.
I just spotted this Ms. Pac-Man cake over on flickr contributor melonqueen‘s photostream, and just had to feature it.
While I’m not sure that the Atari 2600 ever had graphics this good, I still like the idea of the edible 2600 joystick on the side.
According to at least one set of criteria, Ms. Pac-Man, the girlied up version of everyone’s favorite power-pellet chomper, must be the best arcade game of all time… or at least, the easiest to track down.
The simple shapes of Pac-Man and co. make them popular amongst decorative bakers, but sometimes, it’s not about simplicity, but instead about sheer dedication to a theme. These Ms. Pac-Man cupcakes are not only brilliant in and of themselves, but the backdrop really takes the (cup)cake.
Not to be outdone by her dot-gobbling boyfriend, Ms. Pac-Man has made her way into a custom-built handheld.
Influenced heavily by Sam Thornley’s Pac-Man Mini, modder ela built this portable Ms. Pac-Man Mini video game system using the guts of one of those Jakks Ms.