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The video game Pac-Man celebrated its 34th birthday on May 22, and what a classic game it has been all these years.  The idea came from 27 year old Toru Iwatani, a Japanese student, and it the world by storm.

When it was first released in the ‘80’s it had an upright and cocktail table model, the table model had two styles, the standard arcade and the Mini-Myte. Over the years there have been many variations on the original including Ms. Pac-Man, Baby Pac-Man, Super Pac-Man and Pac-Man 3D.

The Pac-Man game, still popular today, remains one of the only video games that can be played with one hand.