Old game, new champ: Pac-Man world record topped

By Nathan Grayson, Saturday, 12 September 2009 04:56 GMT

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Wakka, wakka, wakka, wakka, wakka, wakka. We’d be rushing too, if it meant putting an end to that infernal – though undoutedly iconic – 8-bit sound effect. Recently, the aptly-named David Race did just that and crossed the classic quarter-muncher’s finish line in three hours, 41 minutes, and 22 seconds.

Race zipped right past previous record holder Chris Ayra, shaving 42 seconds off the former champ’s time.

Guess we’ll have to improve on our current time of “What? You can beat Pac-Man?” if we ever hope to get in on the lavish, sexy Pac-championship lifestyle.

Thanks, Joystiq.

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