You know what the ghosts from Pac-Man could use? Plants growing out of their heads, that’s what. Yeah, that makes them much more adorable, and less intimidating for sure. That’s why I love these Pac-Man ghost planters from Dips and Prints.
A few years back, an artist created a sculpture of what Pac-Man might look like in the real world. The image was simultaneously adorable and disturbing, and made me wonder what the yellow dot-gobbler’s insides might look like.
I have Pac-Man fever and it’s driving me crazy, especially after I saw Inside the Magic’s footage of people playing the world’s largest Pac-Man game. Ms. Pac-Man too.
This giant version of the classic arcade game was spotted at the Bandai Namco booth at IAAPA Attractions Expo 2016 in Alexandria, Virginia.
The NAMCO Arcade Machine Collection are miniature replicas of some of your favorite arcade games from way back when. While they’re no playable, you could still use them to create your own mini arcade hall right on your desktop.
Yes, you read that headline correctly. Little has been revealed yet about Level 257, other than the following description and the image shown here. “Introducing a unique dining, entertainment & social experience inspired by PAC-MAN™.”
The restaurant is expected to open sometime in 2015 in the Chicago suburb of Schaumburg.
It’s becoming increasingly cheaper to make your own arcade machine, but if you’d rather leave it to the pros check out Dream Arcades’ latest offering, the Vision 32. The machine gets its name from its 32″ LCD display.
Back in the day, Xevious was one of my favorite arcade games. It was one of the first-ever vertical-scrollers, and it offered great graphics for its time, a hypnotic soundtrack, and great gameplay. Now, you can celebrate fond memories of Namco’s arcade classic with this great full-print Xevious t-shirt.
A while back, I found some lamps that were pretty reminiscent of the ghosts from Pac-Man. However, they weren’t officially-licensed, and they looked really cheaply made. On the other hand, these new Pac-Man lamps are totally official, plus they look like they’re well built and have a few other tricks up their sleeves.
So you just sold your entire videogame collection and you’re swimming in money. You already bought the Space Invaders wristwatch, but you’re still Scrooge McDuck! What to do? I suggest you add the official Pac-Man watch to your shopping list.
I just finished watching the Back to The Future trilogy again this weekend, so I have that Huey Lewis Back in Time song stuck in my head. Perhaps the name of this watch was inspired by that song, since it’s called “Pac-in-time.”
If you guys have followed Technabob for a while, you know that we love us some Pac-Man around here, so when I saw that the Internet is now the home of the world’s largest Pac-Man game, I was pretty stoked.
Get some ghosts in your kitchen with these awesome Pac-Man cookie cutters.
Created for what seems like the never-ending 30th anniversary of everyone’s favorite dot-gobbling arcade game (except for Ms. Pac-Man), these cookie cutters come in a set of four, including Pinky, Inky, Clyde, and Pac-Man himself.
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.
Looking for a fun way to waste the next 20 seconds of your life? Then head on over to this strange Japanese website which basically turns itself into a giant first-person Pac-Man when you click the giant power pill.