Do you have Pac-Man fever? Is it driving you crazy? Well, calm down my arcade loving friend. Wear these Pac-Man Boxer Briefs. They’re perfect for when things get too hot and you just have to play Pac-Man for hours in your shorts.
If I had a Bitcoin for every quarter I dropped into an arcade machine back in the 1980s, I would have been on the top of Forbes’ list of wealthiest people. Alas, my coins are long gone, pumped into the bellies of Dig Dug, BattleZone, and Tempest machines.
ZZ Top had it right. You’re looking at the perfect suit for those who have to dress up for a company function, but don’t want to wear a boring blue blazer. After all, nowhere in the dress code does it say you can’t have Pac-Man on your suit and tie.
Looking for a truly unique piece of videogame art to hang on your wall? Artist Enriqve Aranacci has got you covered with these awesome handmade lights which incorporate traditional lighted signmaking techniques. While he makes all kinds of awesome designs, these two Pac-Man inspired ones are my personal favorites.
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.
This is the most adorable thing you will see all day. This dog is playing a real life version of Pac-Man and he is having a ball. Behold the first episode of Animal Arcade.
This adorable Jack Russell terrier runs through maze, wearing a costume, and popping balloons instead of gobbling up dots.
Scientists at the University of Southeast Norway apparently have nothing better to do, so they released microorganisms into a Pac-Man-style maze made out of fluid to observe how the single-celled euglena (Pac-Men) avoid their predators, the multi-celled rotifers (Ghosts).
OppoSuits makes suits with loud and themed patterns. One of their newest products is an officially licensed Pac-Man suit, which is printed all over with the stage, pellets, ghosts and the yellow man himself.
The modern cut is a pleasant surprise, although obviously a slim-fitting suit is not for everyone.
Born in 1980, Nicholas Kirkwood grew up right as video games, sci-fi and computers became mainstream. So for his 10th anniversary as a shoe designer he decided to pay homage to geek culture and the icons of our generation.
Two of my favorite things about the ’80s were Pac-Man and Ghostbusters. I even had the Ghostbusters theme by Ray Parker Jr. on a 45 rpm record, and jammed out to that tune constantly. Now I’ll have “Who Ya Gonna Call” in my head all day.
Time is a power pellet in this retro Pac-Man wall clock. Made to celebrate the yellow gobbler’s 35th birthday – the game was first released on May 22, 1980 – the ~2ft. tall clock has a handcrafted case that looks like the game’s original arcade cabinet.
Every geek needs a cool place to hang his or her coat. This Super Pac-Man shelf is perfect. It was created using a part of the actual arcade machine.
RelicsReimagined took the original 1980s joystick and controller section from a Super Pac-Man machine and added some light wood to provide a shelf on top, and some hooks for hanging coats on the bottom.
Back in 2011, a stop-motion animation of Pac-Man made in Minecraft blew my mind. And now we have a fully functioning replica of the classic arcade game, perfectly remade within the blocky sandbox game. Now I know what it means to be unable to even.
Certain games stand the test of time. Like Pac-Man, Space Invaders and Pong for instance. So why not mash them all together and create a game called Pacapong? Why not indeed.
This two-player game is basically a Pac-Man maze with Pong paddles on both sides, and Space Invaders dropping down around them.