One of the classic arcade games of the 80s, Ms. Pac-man, is back as an art piece in an expo. The surprising new part, here, is it’s size, as it takes up a whole room.
The lastest Babycastles Summit , had this very special creation, a room-sized 3d Ms. Pac-Man designed by Keita Takahashi, famous for creating the Katamari Damacy video games. Players were enveloped in wall-to-wall gameplay that extended to the ceiling for a truly immersive experience. See it working in the video below:
Source: Make Zine
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