In this game, players “can play Pacman against real crickets” — which replace the standard “ghosts”. Unfortunately, detailed information on how this system works has not yet been released.

There’s few details about how the system actually works, but it seems that the crickets actually proved to be more worthy adversaries than your typical AI-controlled enemy: at one point, a particularly clever “ghost” decided to shed its skin, probably knowing full well that it would become invisible to the game’s color-based detection system

[via engadget]

In this game, players “can play Pacman against real crickets” — which replace the standard “ghosts”. Unfortunately, detailed information on how this system works has not yet been released.

There’s few details about how the system actually works, but it seems that the crickets actually proved to be more worthy adversaries than your typical AI-controlled enemy: at one point, a particularly clever “ghost” decided to shed its skin, probably knowing full well that it would become invisible to the game’s color-based detection system

[via engadget]