Marcus Brigstocke was right
"If Pac-Man had affected us as kids, we'd all be running around in dark rooms, munching pills and listening to repetitive electronic music."
Or, indeed, out in the open in Swindon.
Human Pac-Man descends on Swindon tomorrow. Here's a picture of the dress rehearsal. Pac-Man Anniversary Swindon gamers take pill consumption to new levels Members of the public can control a real-life Pac-Man. How? You have to be there to find out. And Why? It's part of the Museum of Computing celebrations for Pac-Man's …
So when they're walking up and down and across between the rows of desks during your GCSE's what you don't realise is that one of them is the nominated Pac Man and the others are ghosts. I can't remember the full rules though.
So the poor sod in the pacman outfit has to collect the dots off the floor then.
Phew, come the end of the event he's going to really hurt from all that stooping down every few seconds. Yeah he could also bend his legs, but that's also going to hurt after a while.
I wonder if health and safety regulations forced him take a manual handling course beforehand.
Waka waka waka oww! waka waka waka oww, I hurt! waka waka waka oooh is it 4 o'clock yet?...
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