Celebrate 30 Years of Pac-Man with a Wendy’s Kids’ Meal

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Pac-Man turned 30 last year, but the anniversary celebration continues into 2011 nonetheless as Namco Bandai and Wendy’s collaborate to get kids and gamers alike chomping down some fast food like Pac-Man after a tasty row of yellow pellets.

Starting today, you can visit a Wendy’s fast food restaurant near you and order a Kids’ Meal for one of these five exclusive Pac-Man toys (plus a coupon for $1.00 off the original PAC-MAN on PC redeemable at www.pacman.com/wendys). Collect the whole set!

PAC-MAN Bowling:
Set ‘em upand knock ‘em down! Wind-up PAC-MAN and aim for the paper ghost and fruit targets. Can you knock them all down?
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PAC-MAN Dash Game:
Pull PAC-MAN back, and set him free. Which way will he go? You’ll just have to see! Wind-up PAC-MAN and try to avoid the coloredGhosts or knock over the “turn-to-blue” Ghosts to win!
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PAC-MAN Hide & Seek:
PAC-MAN is always on the move! Take turns hiding PAC-MAN under one of the Ghosts and shuffling the Ghosts around to confuse other players. Where’s PAC-MAN? The player that guesses right gets their turn to hide PAC-MAN!
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PAC-MAN Maze Craze:
It’s a race to collect the fruit as you roll the die and move around the game board. But Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde will try to keep you from moving around the board and collecting your fruit. The game includes all the pieces and instructions for 1-4 player games.
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PAC-MAN Tag Game:
Get ready to chase or be chased with the PAC-MAN Tag Game! Toy includes 1 PAC-MAN and 3 Ghost tags. Players can clip on a tag to play 3 active, exciting games thatwill get everybody up and moving around!
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