Design duo Jamie Sneddon and Kevin Rozario-Johnson released a series of '8-bitscapes' featuring the comical 'Pac Manhattan.' The famous integrated characters are shown in various areas such as downtown, bridges and deserts.
The duo's imaginations are set loose as their version of 'Speedy's Revenge' takes over Manhattan's cityscape and roads. You could only imagine what would happen should this ever come true. Check out the wicked 'Pac Manhattan' for yourselves in the featured gallery.
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'Pac Manhattan' Takes Over New York's Urban Dwellings
- By: Kamal MusharbashJan 27, 2011 Updated: Aug 17 2011