After the success of its Google Doodle marking Pac-Man’s 30th anniversary, Google’s keeping the game online forever. Here’s how to play.
On Friday, Google (as its prone to do) turned its logo into a mini-version of the game Pac-Man, as a tribute to the arcade classic’s 30th birthday. But response to the game was so high that Google created a page — Google.com/Pacman — to keep the game going. Instead of being presented with the typical Google logo, visitors get the Pac-Man game, which comes to life when you click Google’s “Insert Coin” button.
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