Pac-Man Finds New, Permanent Home At Google

Tue, May 25, 2010

Arcade, Industry

Remember when the entire world became unproductive last week when Google replaced their logo with a playable version of the 30 year old game? Well, put away those tissues because Google Pac-Man is here to stay.

In celebration of the 30 year old Pac-Man, we told you about how Google had developed its own version of Pac-Man to display on their home page. The game stayed there for a few days, but then disappeared at sometime over the weekend, bringing back the traditional Google logo.

Well, the Pac-Man Google game still exists and will now live at The official Google blog announced the permanent home:

We’ve been overwhelmed — but not surprised :) — by the success of our 30th anniversary PAC-MAN doodle. Due to popular demand, we’re making the game permanently available at

Thanks to NAMCO for helping to make this wonderful collaboration happen. Enjoy!

There you have it, and we promise not to tell your boss.

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