Toru Iwatani Shows His Original Drafts For Pac-Man – Design You Trust

Toru Iwatani Shows His Original Drafts For Pac-Man

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Photos of Toru Iwatani, the Japanese video game creator of the arcade game Pac-Man, showing his first sketches for the iconic game has surfaced on Reddit.

h/t: freeyork, imgur

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Pacman was launched in 1980 under computer software company Namco, it reached international popularity and has since joined its place in pop-culture history.

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The sketches are stamped in the middle that means ‘secret’.

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