If you were like us in 1980, you certainly did. That game involved dots, cherries and a coven of ghosts, and only about 10 folks have ever achieved the arcade version’s maximum score of 3,333,360.
Today’s the 33rd anniversary of the release of Pac-Man. If that makes you hungry for some pellets, well, rest assured that you’re not alone: Pac-Man was named by the Guinness Book of World Records as the most successful coin-op game ever. And the missus? Ms. Pac-Man was released in 1981 as an unauthorized American sequel to the original Japanese game.
Don’t let the title of the Video Game Systems category fool you; sure, you can find systems like Xbox, Wii & PlayStation in that section, but we’ve also got pinball machines and old-school arcade games in there, too. And Pac-Man himself shows up from time to time (in between bouts with Blinky, Pinky, Inky & Clyde, of course).