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Google Maps is Now One Giant Playable Pac-Man Maze. Play It While You Can!


If you’ve ever felt that your Pac-Man skills were limited or constricted in the basic game maps, Google has an April Fool’s surprise for you. You can now play Pac-Man on any street in the world thanks to the new Google Maps Pac-Man plugin.

Just go anywhere you like on Google Maps and click the Pac-Man icon on the lower left, near the Google Earth Icon.




You know you wanna click it!
You know you wanna click it!

Play Pacman on the Las Vegas Strip!

Click here to try your luck in Las Vegas on the crowded strip. Just don’t get stuck in the loop!

Image © Andrew Fischer
Image © Andrew Fischer
Play Pac-Man in Times Square! (Via Google Maps)
Play Pac-Man in Times Square! (Via Google Maps)

Play Pacman in Times Square!

Click here to eat power pills in the famous bow tie intersection in New York City.

Image © Andrew Fischer
Image © Andrew Fischer
Play Pac-Man in Times Square! (Via Google Maps)
Play Pac-Man in Times Square! (Via Google Maps)

Play Pacman on Sunset Boulevard!

Click here to avoid ghosts in the heart of Hollywood with palm trees on either side of you.

Image © Andrew Fischer
Image © Andrew Fischer
Play Pac-Man on Sunset Boulevard! (Via Google Maps)
Play Pac-Man on Sunset Boulevard! (Via Google Maps)

Play Pacman on the White House Lawn!

Click here to eat some cookies on the White House front lawn. Don’t forget to wave to our commander-in-chief as you circle past the oval office window!

Image Via The White House
Image Via The White House
Play Pac-Man on Sunset Boulevard! (Via Google Maps)
Play Pac-Man on Sunset Boulevard! (Via Google Maps)

Play Pac-Man ANYWHERE in the world!

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Don’t limit your game to our suggested locations. Play Pac-Man in your own back yard, or anywhere else you can think of. Let us know your favorite locations in the comments.

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Andrew Fischer is the Head Writer and Editor-in-Chief of PopMalt. He is an avid follower of all things pop and Internet culture, and works as Creative Director at NURV, a boutique creative multimedia and branding company.

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