In the world it seems impossible to think that is there a player who does not know Pac-Man. After all, thinking about arcade machines is directly related to Bandai’s hit game, which leads one to think that its creator may well have great wealth, although that’s not really true, although nothing has stopped it from continuing to create new features and even provide options to keep the game just as awesome no matter the years that go by.
And although it seems to be one of the most popular games, it still manages to hide great things from us. In fact, this game, while it might not sound like it, is even tied to the first female protagonist of video games. But another of the curiosities that attracts the most attention is precisely that ghosts are not mere enemies present in the game. Although his name is known to many, did you know how deep his conception was?
Color isn’t the only thing that sets Pac-Man ghosts apart
Turn signal It’s the red ghost, and as Pac-Man eats several points, he sees his speed increase. This makes him an enemy that is best kept far enough away if we don’t want our game to end too soon. On the other hand, it is presented Ink
Pinky, the pink ghost as the name suggests, always tries to get past the kite, leaving Blinky to be the one to chase from behind at all times. Of course, to end this persecution, we find Clyde, the orange ghost. He’s also chasing Pac-Man but he has one difference and that is that he’s the scariest one. Therefore, when it comes close to our wing, it escapes from it forever heading towards the lower left corner.