Classic gaming fans looking to spruce up their rooms might want to consider installing these clever pendant lamps, which have been made to look like Pac-Man and his ghostly nemesis Clyde.
Each stained glass lamp is handmade by artist Midian Craftworks, and would look great hanging in a game room or even over a dining table – if your significant other approves of such geeky things hanging in your dining room.
Earlier this week, this huge Pac-Man maze showed up in the LA Fashion District. Apparently it is for a Bud Light Super Bowl commercial they’re filming. It even has life-size ghosts and dots.
The commercial is called “Coin” and focuses on a man being alerted via a beer bottle message to go outside.
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.
Add some video game inspired flair to your room with this cool Pac-Man light box. It lights up with six different colors and has an image of the Pac-Man maze on top. This is going to look good in your game room.
Hey, it’s Inky, Blinky, Drinky and Clyde. Pac-Man too. These ghosters, I mean coasters are all made from hardwood with a shellac finish. They will protect your furniture and they promise not to chase each other around and make video game noises when you aren’t looking.
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.
Nintendo is showing off a new version of the popular video game Super Smash Bros. at E3 this week. The coolest thing about the game is the new playable characters that have been added. For the first time Pac-Man and Mega Man are available as playable characters in the same game.
This light painting looks super eerie as we see an otherworldly Pac-Man being chased by ghosts as if they just broke through to our reality. That would be scary as hell. Luckily this is just a light painting by photographer and light artist Michael Bosanko.
If you are a fan of Pac-Man, you need to check out this video of a basic Pac-Man level recreated in real life. The idea is to find out what would happen if a guy ran around the maze in real life while watching the traditional top-down perspective you see while playing in the arcade.
If you have a ton of old VHS tapes laying around, why not make some furniture out of them. Specifically, something like this Pac-Man coffee table. Those tape spools on the back of the tapes make perfect dots for the maze.
Wanna give your fish a good time and give them a break from their boring lives? Replace their ordinary tank with this Pac-Man maze tank. This aquarium will keep their minds occupied. It may even give them Pac-Man fever and drive them crazy.
A while back, toy modder KodyKoala built an epic Yoshi mech and an equally awesome Luigi. I was poking around over on Etsy this morning when I stumbled onto another great build by Kody.
The vehicle is a mashup of a Pac-Man bank and a non-functional R/C 4×4, among other bits.