Monday, January 19, 2009

Pac Man Wars ... Come 80's Friends

Now if you’re a child of the 80’s your going to love this CCC. I remember playing this game for hours if I could get away with it. One of my favorite memories is going with my dad to our favorite Pizzeria where they had one of those great game systems that looked like a mini pinball machine (if you don’t know what that is I so can’t help you). You got one of those lovely sheets that reminded you of a school except these had a little extra cushion for you. You pull that up and put your quarter in. Yes you read that correct it use to cost only a quarter to play a video game, heck pay phones (another concept that may be beyond some) use to only a quarter and even better so was a stamp! Oh boy when did I become my grandfather saying in my day movies use to be a nickel! Oh lord help me know!


Well back on the CCC here is a fine example of Pac-Man, now my favorite was Ms. Pac Man (the way you could tell it was a girl is because she had a bow, I know clever). As usual theme here we see lumps and bumps for this round little dude, but the yellow color is right on and he’s in perfect position to eat a ghost. You really need to get out more to know what I’m talking about!


Enjoy one of my favorite Childhood pastimes in my favorite Adult pastime of eating cupcakes!

9 comments:

Chef E said...

it at least should have some green rounds going into its mouth...lol

Debra said...

Good idea E! I was ADDICTED Ms PacMan. I remember it vividly! I was 18 years old at the height of it's popularity. I went to Hawaii for my senior trip and there I was in a gorgeous place and I was getting my Ms PacMan fix in the hotel lobby! Needless to say, I like this one. Just need to add the dots like E suggested!

Laretha said...

Oh, Pac Man! I love Pac Man! I may just have to try to make one of these...I'm not much of a creative so I will steal from one of your pics! :-) Thanks for stopping by my blog, I am enamored by all the SITS love!

Chef E said...

Sad, but it is the only sport I was ever good at, lol...be kind of fun to buy an old machine...

Nana said...

So Cute. My kids would love that. Bringing back the old memories. That's sad my kids are your age. Oh Well.

Christina Lee said...

OH!! my 4 year old and I just made pac men out of yellow playdoh to play with last night!!! how cute!

Anonymous said...

It is very interesting for me to read the article. Thanx for it. I like such themes and anything connected to them. I would like to read a bit more soon.

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Anonymous said...

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