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A playable Pac-Man on Google

It’s been a tradition in Google to re-decorate the Google logo on the homepage of the search engine. The designs usually commemorate an anniversary or celebration of historical significance.

Most of the time, it’s just a play on the letters of the word Google but this time, the entire logo is practically playable.


Just check out this Pac-Man game over at the homepage of Google. Might take several seconds for it to load but once it does, you’ll be surprised. This is probably the most interesting of all the Google Doodle I’ve seen.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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13 Responses

  1. laurence says:

    yup!!…thumbs up!

  2. Kevin says:

    It’s even playable on an iPod touch. HTML5 ftw?

    -Sent via YugaTech Mobile App

  3. Leo says:

    being the default web on my FF browser, it’s the first thing i noticed when i load my browser. yup, i played a couple of rounds. 30 years na pala ang pacman!

  4. Ardz says:

    There’s an easter egg on the site. If you click the Insert Coin button twice, Ms. Pacman will appear and you’ll be able to play in two-player mode.

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  6. JP says:

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  7. Carlfinity says:

    Kahit ang tagal na ng PacMan, I can’t still master it. Hehe.. Shame on me!

  8. herbert says:

    We even played this in the office. IT can’t accuse us of browsing a non-business related website because we use Google in searches.

  9. lalin says:

    that was the most annoying thing last night, the sound that goes with it. I had to switch to igoogle as my homepage to escape the irritating sound

  10. Teknisyan says:

    Yeah… it was one of the interesting doodle that google made to its logo, second to the TOPEKA thingy.

    After all these years… I still cannot get pass the 20th stage.. :(


  11. headlineph says:

    this game is one of my all time favorite..

  12. Dino says:

    @Kevin: HTML5 can’t do that. It uses Javascript and Flash for the audio.

  13. Hm ,.. Yes the best way is to just play like my friend Vito Seajack he just play games and enjoy his life.

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