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If the Pac-Man game existed in real-life scenarios, you might just fight the chomper munching on some crosswalk lines. That is just one of the many pictures that have gone viral this past week, according to Imgur. Click here for the first picture in gallery. Continue reading for a few videos.

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At first glance, it may look like Pac-Man and the ghosts are constantly shifting depending on your perspective, but it's just an optical illusion. Basically, this illusion "uses the same concept as the Rubik's Cube poster." Videos after the break.

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It's not just coincidence that Ms. Pac-Man looks exactly like Pac-Man, but with makeup and a bow tie, as there's a bigger secret that lies beneath that front. Continue reading to find out what it is.

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What could be better than a Ms. Pac-Man cake? A Ms. Pac-Man cake with an edible Atari 2600 joystick to complement it. Boasting "a little bit of tasty butter cream icing and white chocolate power pellets to offset the smooth, but bland fondant that many highly decorated cakes end up being made from." Click here for the first picture in the gallery.

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A Chinese ad agency hired a group of stunt drivers to play a live-action Pac-Man game using Chevrolet Cruze vehicles, and the resulting commercial is nothing short of geeky. Continue reading to watch.

A large room serves as the stage for a full-size representation of the Pac-Man universe. A white Chevy Cruze plays the part of Mr. Pac-Man while a series of Black Cruzes represent the ghosts.
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Yes, the nano Pac-Man you see above is real and measures just 3.5 microns-wide. In technical speak, nano Pac-Man was created with a" scanning electron microscope image of a copper oxide cluster, 3.5 microns in diameter, prepared by evaporation and condensation over an alumina substrate." This would fit nicely next to the world's smallest USS Enterprise. Click here to view more nano artwork.

The smiley nose and eye are present in the original SEM image, which has only been color-enhanced.
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If Pac-Man was real, and not just a pixelated video game character on your television, it might look something like this creepy creature. It's basically shaped like an orange and perfectly sized for eating ghosts. Click here for more pictures.

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When is a costume not just a costume? When it's a Pac-Man arcade machine that you can actually wear and play. It was created by Russell Luzinski and "based on a laptop, loaded into a wooden frame, with a customized Gravis Gamepad Pro, modded with a wooden ball on the joystick." Click here for first picture in gallery.

[via Technabob - Make]

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Remember the playable Google Pac-Man game (still live by the way) from a few weeks back? Well, this lady did not quite understand that it was just a special doodle and not a game that someone tricked into making her homepage. Continue reading to hear the interesting tech support call.

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Before you ask, yes, the Google 30th Anniversary Pac-Man doodle can still be played here. RescueTime, a software firm, reports that "the little yellow character has gobbled up an estimated 4,819,352 hours of time in the U.S. alone." For those who missed it and aren't able to access Google at work or school, continue reading to see what the buzz is all about.

Their statistics suggest most people conduct 22 searches on Google in a typical day, with each lasting 11 seconds. On the day Pac-Man was introduced it boosted this average to 36 seconds. Extrapolating this up across the 504 million unique users gave them the overall 4.8million figure.
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