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Blinky, Inky, Pinky or Clyde?

Blinky, Inky, Pinky or Clyde?

It’s Blinky! Blinky was always my favorite Pac Man character (second only to Pinky). I have yet to see a Pinky mint tin, though, so Blinky will do just fine in my candy collection. I never had an Atari system growing up, and I was never good at playing video games either, but this is more about 80s nostalgia anyway. The tin comes with candy ”Power Pellets.” You know, the kind that Pac Man eats for energy. The candy tin actually might be better than the game—there’s no pressure to finish all the pellets to get to the next game level.  There are quite a few pellets in the tin, too. I haven’t opened it, but a little shake and you can just tell. Suffice it to say there are enough in there that, if you were to eat all of them in one sitting, you just might make it to the next level in your belt.

Candy Name: Pac-Man Cherry Ghost Sours
Licensed by: Namco Bandai Games
Distributor: Boston America Corp, Woburn, Mass.
Copyright: 2010
Made in: China
Net Weight: 1.2 oz. (34 grams)
Ingredients: Dextrose, Citric Acid, Magnesium Stearate,
Artificial Flavors, Artificial Colors (FD&C Red 40)



1 Comment

  1. Karla
    May 10, 2012

    Every level of Pac-Man uses the same maze layout, cointaning 240 regular e2€œfoode2€9d dots and 4 energizers.I can’t tell you how many arcade machines I’ve seen in my life that, whatever game they’re playing now, have the Pac-Man maze layout burned irrevocably into the phosphors of the screen. To this day if you can find an arcade at all you can find a machine like that in it.

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