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Pac-Man fever still driving people crazy.

Kotako reports the record for the fastest perfect Pac-Man game (where all dots, blue ghosts, fruits, keys, etc. are eaten until the game's notorious killscreen occurs after 256 levels) has been broken by David Race with a game lasting 3 hours, 41 minutes, and 22 seconds. The original perfect Pac-Man game (where all dots, blue ghosts, fruits, keys, etc. are eaten until the game's notorious kill screen occurs after 256 levels). The original perfect Pac-Man game was accomplished on record by Billy Mitchell, who was profiled in the documentary The King of Kong.
Whether the title "King of Pac-Man" now goes to Race is not known, but if there is, this should be his throne, via Gizmodiva.

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Kotako reports the record for the fastest perfect Pac-Man game (where all dots, blue ghosts, fruits, keys, etc. are eaten until the game's notorious killscreen occurs after 256 levels) has been broken by David Race with a game lasting 3 hours, 41 minutes, and 22 seconds. The original perfect Pac-Man game (where all dots, blue ghosts, fruits, keys, etc. are eaten until the game's notorious kill screen occurs after 256 levels). The original perfect Pac-Man game was accomplished on record by Billy Mitchell, who was profiled in the documentary The King of Kong.
Whether the title "King of Pac-Man" now goes to Race is not known, but if there is, this should be his throne, via Gizmodiva.


Posted originally: 2009-09-13 23:50:00
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