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Pac-Man On Google Maps Cheat Sheet

Pac-Man On Google Maps Cheat Sheet
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Pac-Man On Google Maps Cheat Sheet

Google has made April Fools’ Day more enjoyable with Pac-Man on Google Maps. The game, available for a limited time, allows users to play Pac-Man only via Google Maps where real-life streets serve as mazes.

However, there’s a catch to this: users can play PAC-MAN in a few places on their mobile devices and desktop provided they decipher witty clues from Google.

Don’t drop the ball on the eve of your victory, Triumph is délicieux, Does a Galaxian bonus await at the top of those 272 steps, Chomp your way to independence down seven lanes of July, PAC-MAN and Ms. PAC-MAN can’t agree on which side is prettier: the American or the Canadian – are just few among 32 clues that point to the hidden streets. All clues are found via Google Maps Help.

Your Cheat Sheet

For those who found out about the craze a little too late but want to maximize their time up until PacMan in Google Maps is pulled out from the Internet, here is a cheat sheet.

On a mobile phone, open the Google Maps app and search for the following streets as deciphered by The Guardian:

  1. Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
  2. Times Square, New York City
  3. Arc de Triomphe, Paris
  4. Googleplex, California

On Desktop, open Google Maps and search for either of these places as suggested by readers of Forbes:

  1. Washington D.C.
  2. Boston, MA
  3. Brussels, Belgium
  4. Milan, Italy
  5. Phoenix, AZ
  6. Paris, France
  7. Saigon, Vietnam
  8. Baghdad, Iraq
  9. Tokyo, Japan
  10. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
  11. Disneyland!
  12. Portland, OR
  13. Forbidden City, Beijing
  14. Venice
  15. Grand Bazaar, Istanbul


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