When a TV show, movie or song saturates the public consciousness deeply, the really cool thing happens next: the re-inventions. So it goes for video games, too. Pac-Man’s enjoyed a video game renaissance of late, mostly due to the strength of the “Pac-Man Championship Edition” titles, which sports several modes that re-write the rules of the classic arcade game.
But, something even more special’s been cooked up in this, the 30th year of Pac-Man’s existence. Australian creative agency Soap teamed with Namco and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team to launch “World’s Biggest Pac-Man.” The site’s a set of interlocking user-generated Pac-Man mazes that let you play for as long as you want. Once you finish one maze, you can exit through a tunnel and go right into another one. If you’ve got a yen to make your own maze, just login with a Facebook ID and create away.