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.
This cover comes from post-punk band Futureheads and their single Christmas Was Better in the 80s on Nul Records and yes, it was released this year, not in the 1980s.
The single will be released on the 19th of December 2010 and this is the cover.
The other day I told you guys about some funny Pac-Man cookie cutters, and noted how Blinky was nowhere to be found. I thought he had been eaten, and that’s quite possibly why he’s rising from the dead in this funny new T-shirt, called “Medium Difficulty.”
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 way to subliminally turn your toddlers into retro gaming fans, invading their dreams with visions of pixelated gaming icons from days-gone-by? Check out this fun mobile which features the characters from Pac-Man.
Created by SaltyandSweet, this Pac-Man mobile features the likenesses of Pac-Man himself, Blinky, Inky, a blue ghost on the run, and some delicious black cherries.
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.
I’d bet that many other gamers out there who grew up in the 80’s got their first taste of gaming just as I did with Pac-Man in the old school arcade. That was the first video game I ever played in an arcade, and it has a special place in my gaming heart.
Earlier this week, I read about a tiny Pac-Man discovered with an electron microscope. But that was just a random scientific anomaly. Turns out there’s a real microscopic Pac-Man out there, and you can actually play it!
In celebration of Pac-Man’s ongoing 30th anniversary, the guys at Moleskine have revealed a collection of new notebooks with a Pac-Man flourish.
Each of the notebooks will have ghosts, fruits, Pac-Man or other what-nots on them.
Nope, that’s definitely not true. This sculpture comes via DeviantART user Kalapusa. His Pac-Man isn’t really adorable or cute. It’s kind of freaky-looking to be honest, kind of like a floating rat of some sort with an insatiable hunger.