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Bud Light Built a Human-Sized Pac-Man Maze For Its Super Bowl Ad

Bud Light Built a Human-Sized Pac-Man Maze For Its Super Bowl Ad

Say what you will about the actual beer, but Bud Light has made some pretty memorable Super Bowl commercials over the years. And for this year's big game they've made every child of the '80s' dream come true by building a human-sized version of Pac-Man that even has challengers battling giant glowing ghosts while desperately hunting for cherries.

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Andrew Liszewski

January 23rd

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Gravity-Controlled Pac-Man Is Now Available for iOS and Android—and It Looks Quite Fun

I thought Not Pacman—a version of Pac-Man that uses gravity to control the yellow hungry monster—was awesome and needed to be ported to iOS and Android ASAP. Gizmodo reader Pierre-Yves Gatouillat agreed with that opinion and he did just that. He sent this via email: More »


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Jesus Diaz

January 28th

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Gravity-Controlled Pac-Man Is Now Available for iOS and Android—and It Looks Quite Fun

I thought Not Pacman—a version of Pac-Man that uses gravity to control the yellow hungry monster—was awesome and needed to be ported to iOS and Android ASAP. Gizmodo reader Pierre-Yves Gatouillat agreed with that opinion and he did just that. He sent this via email: More »


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Jesus Diaz

January 28th

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Gravity-Controlled Pac-Man Must Come to My Phone *ASAP*

Not Pacman is the Pac-Man I want to play right now. Sadly, this wicked, mind-twisting, gravity-controlled version of Pac-Man is available only for Windows, OS X and Linux. Fortunately, the source code is available, so perhaps someone will port to iOS/Android/Windows Phone as soon as possible. [Stabyourself via Crackajack via Animal NY] More »


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Jesus Diaz

January 14th

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Gravity-Controlled Pac-Man Must Come to My Phone *ASAP*

Not Pacman is the Pac-Man I want to play right now. Sadly, this wicked, mind-twisting, gravity-controlled version of Pac-Man is available only for Windows, OS X and Linux. Fortunately, the source code is available, so perhaps someone will port to iOS/Android/Windows Phone as soon as possible. [Stabyourself via Crackajack via Animal NY] More »


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Jesus Diaz

January 14th

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Pac-Man Paper Clips Bring a Glimmer of Whimsy To Your Soul-Crushing Office Gig

When you're walled-in by cubicles all day long, anything can be a welcome distraction from your mundane employment. It doesn't matter if it's stupid cat videos, frustrating flash games, or colorful paper clips shaped like Pac-Man characters. More »


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Andrew Liszewski

November 16th

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Real-Life Pac-Man Racers: Waka Waka Not Included [Gaming]

Countless gamers have fantasized about driving the Warthog from Halo, or wielding Link's sword from The Legend of Zelda series. But a considerably smaller contingency of video game enthusiasts have thought the same thing about Pac-Man. And that's probably why the real-life version of the classic game has only been brought to life via a set of novel remote control racers. More »


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Andrew Liszewski

September 26th

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Real-Life Pac-Man Racers: Waka Waka Not Included [Gaming]

Countless gamers have fantasized about driving the Warthog from Halo, or wielding Link's sword from The Legend of Zelda series. But a considerably smaller contingency of video game enthusiasts have thought the same thing about Pac-Man. And that's probably why the real-life version of the classic game has only been brought to life via a set of novel remote control racers. More »


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Andrew Liszewski

September 26th

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Romaine Jerome Targets The Wealthy Arcade Lover With New Pac-Man Watch

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This watch probably costs the equivalent of all the money I put into arcade games as a kid. Swiss watchmaker Romain Jerome helps you once again recall your video-game addicted youth with a limited edition luxury watch. RJ started mining our nostalgia veins with the Space Invaders watch that we covered here and now Inky, Blinky, and Clyde have their day on your wrist.

Romain Jerome uses a fancy technique that layers the dials in a matrix to create a high-resolution three dimension dial that looks like it was made out of pixels. Game play from PAC-MAN is displayed on four dial choices. Each have Pac-Man and the ghosts in (nearly) living color. You can opt for two versions with cherries on the dial as well. The watches are 46mm wide and in black coated steel. The case are actually part of the brand’s Moon Invader watch collection, and are said to contain some trace metal elements from the Apollo 11 moon lander.

The Romain Jerome PAC-MAN watches will be limited to 20 total pieces with a hefty price of $17,800.


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Ariel Adams

August 23rd

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Grab These Unlicensed Pac-Man Ghost Knockoffs Before a C&D Makes Them Truly Ethereal [USB]

These USB ghosts are retro-tastically cute, illuminating and completely unlicensed, which is probably why I have the sneaking suspicion lawyers, somewhere, have already fired up whatever software they use to create legal docs. More »


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Jack Loftus

August 21st

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