pac-man stories

One of the coolest and most addictive games to emerge from Japan in recent years, Katamari Damacy, toyed with our perceptions of space and time. Now the game's developer, Keita Takahashi, has brought that same unique perspective to a video game classic: Ms. Pac-Man.
I would have settled for someone dressed up in a Pac-Man suit chasing around bed-sheet ghosts, but Guillaume Reymond and his GAME OVER Project did it up in style. 111 people spent four hours in different colored shirts to make this stop-motion video happen.
We have to think that the only reason this Pac Man stapler was ever made is because they creators at Panik Design changed the name to "Stap Man." Still, that's some pretty flimsy copyright skirting — we think the legal...