This was awesome...I loved that game...If they ever put in Galaga or Super Mario I may never be in the forums again
OKay, that is pretty awesome. Probably the coolest special Google I've ever seen. Thanks for sharing UW!
Hah awesome, I didn't notice that until you pointed it out. I thought it was just a picture.
LOL so did I! How do you play pacman? I led a sheltered life and never played it...
Lol at least I'm not the only one
You basically have to just eat all the dots in the level and avoid the ghost things. Once you do that, you go to the next level.
If you get the glowing orb, you are able to eat the ghosts for more points or to save you if you get stuck (it only lasts for a few seconds though). If you eat two or more ghosts in a row you get double the points.
You can also get the fruit that appear sometimes under the ghost cage thing for more points.
It's a classic
But how to do you play it with a mouse and not a joystick? What do you press as you go along, and where?
Ah, just the arrow keys on the keyboard. That should move him around.
Excellent! I'll try it when I go home - I'm in the corner of a public bar just now and the noise might attract unwelcome attention LOL
how funny, can you believe pacman is 30 years old??
now look at our games, amazing.
That is really awesome!
And you know, they say that video games affect kids, but if that were true, we'd have a whole generation running around in darkened rooms, listening to repetitive electronic music and taking magic pills.
Hey....wait a minute!
Wow, I just found out I still suck at pacman lol still tried it 3 times tho' before I could clear the dots lol
we used to be happy with such simple pleasures! now I can only take about a minute of it!
another nostalgia day for me - playing with my troll doll and now Pacman!
you may also enjoy this little "kick-ask" girl!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8LzQ8lc … re=related
Pretty cool I think! The best special Google ever! Pacman is such a classic game to!
Great! PacMan! Brings back childhood memories. The time when cyber age was unknown.
It just made it even harder than usual to get anything done
by borge_009 12 years ago
I just played pacman in google homepage. LOL my favorite game of all time.....
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