Jimmi-DK’s proposed LEGO Ideas Pac-Man arcade may have failed to garner enough supporters but that does not stop LEGO from considering making one. That’s right. LEGO has, in collaboration with Bandai Namco, released its own take on the iconic Pac-Man arcade cabinet.
Fans of the iconic arcade video game Pac-Man will want to check out this latest collab between 7-Eleven and Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc. The convenience store chain has partnered with the entertainment company and its beloved video game icon Pac-Man to offer a chance for customers to win really cool Pac-Mac merchandise.
Casio Vintage A100 is nostalgic and so is the world’s most famous arcade game, Pac-Man. And therefore, to bring together two, it would be a marriage of nostalgia and one which you can own. Folks, this is the Casio Vintage x Pac-Man A100WEPC-1B Watch.
Thanks to 3D printing, you can have all kind of objects even if your favorite franchises do not offer them. Like for example, getting a Death Star planter or perhaps, a set of Pac-Man and Ghosts Planters such as these ones you see here from Etsy seller Retro Gaming Centre.
Danish LEGO enthusiast Jimmy Jakobsen aka Jimmy-DK’s Knight Rider’s K.I.T.T. may have not made pass the LEGO Ideas review, but he ain’t stopping. The man next LEGO Ideas submission will tug the heartstrings of folks who grew up in the 70s and 80s too.
If the Pac-Man 40th Anniversary Edition Micro Player is a little, well, too micro for your liking, but you still desire for an awesome small scale, playable Pac-Man theme arcade cabinet, then we strongly suggest that you look at Numskull’s Pac-Man 40th Anniversary quarter arcade.
Who would have thought Pac-Man, the mere 2D arcade character that eats dots, power pellets, and strawberries while being chased by a bunch of 2D ghosts, would have an illustrious history affording it to be written into a book?
Marking dear old Pac-Man’s 40th anniversary, Bandai Namco has partnered with My Arcade to introduce a gold-clad version of My Arcade’s Pac-Mac Micro Player, boasting several unique touches.
While most 12ish year-old kids are playing NERF blasters, addicted to video games and you know, just doing stuff that adolescents do, young Seshan Brothers Arvind and Sanjay from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania created, among other things, this: LEGO PAC-BOT MINDSTORMS Game – a game of Pac-Mac played out in real-life with LEGO. PAC-BOT is a multiplayer …
Move over piggy bank. You are way too easy to get the coins out. All you need is a hammer or an “unintentional” drop from the table, and your contents will be up for pickings. But this, the Pac-Mac: Procrastination Power Maze Safe, won’t be as easy. It is a puzzle/maze that spreads across four …