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All Pac-Man Ghost Names and What They Do
- July 5, 2022
- Jason Brown
Who are the ghosts who chase Pac-Man through mazes, across Pac-Land and even over Pac-Man World? Let’s find out as we check all Pac-Man ghost names – and what they do!
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Who are the Pac-Man ghosts?
There are four ghosts in the original Pac-Man (which we rated as top of the best Pac-Man games !): a red ghost, a pink ghost, a cyan ghost and an orange ghost.
Do they all behave differently?
They sure do! Considering Pac-Man was originally released in 1980, it may surprise you to learn that each ghost in Pac-Man has their own behaviour and patterns that they follow, as well as behaviour that they adhere to during what’s known as ‘scatter mode’. All of this are things that you may not even notice during play, but we’re here to shine a light on each ghost and reveal what it is they do!
Who is the red ghost in Pac-Man?
According to one of the attract screens on the English language version of the arcade game, the red ghost is named Shadow – and his nickname is Blinky.
For some reason, it’s the nicknames that stuck with the ghosts, so in general, this one is just known as Blinky. Blinky is perhaps the leader of what’s known as the Ghost Gang; he’s definitely the most deadly ghost – and almost certainly the most likely to catch our little yellow hero.
What pattern does Blinky follow?
Unlike the others, Blinky speeds up as Pac-Man eats more dots in the maze. With 20 dots remaining in the first maze, Blinky gets faster – but in subsequent mazes, he speeds up even sooner. He’s a very tough enemy to outrun, especially as he follows Pac-Man closely once he’s on his trail – and doesn’t even cease his relentless pursuit during periods when the other ghosts enter scatter mode.
Who is the pink ghost?
Oddly – despite Blinky being the ghost known to speed up – the pink ghost’s ‘real’ name is Speedy. However, she’s more commonly known by her nickname, Pinky. Like the other ghosts, she has her own, very specific patterns of movement.
What pattern does Pinky follow?
Pinky moves around maze walls in an anti-clockwise pattern, but also roughly follows Pac-Man’s movement – targeting four spaces ahead of where the player is headed, which is designed to get out in front of them and cut them off. During scatter mode, Pinky heads for the top left corner and moves in an anti-clockwise, circling motion around the corner walls.
Who is the cyan ghost?
The cyan ghost’s ‘official’, original English-language name was Bashful, but his nickname – and like the others, the name he’s known by now – is Inky. The most unpredictable of the four ghosts, Inky is dangerous because you can’t always know exactly what he’s going to do next!
What pattern does Inky follow?
This is a strange one – though unpredictable, Inky’s behaviour is actually linked to the position of the Ghost Gang’s leader, Blinky. He’ll patrol an area dependent on where Blinky is at any given time – and will become more random the further away from Blinky he is. During scatter mode, Inky will patrol the lower right corner of the maze. You know those moments where you get trapped between two ghosts and can’t get away? That’ll usually be Inky and his random behaviour getting you cornered!
Who is the orange ghost?
Pokey – more commonly known as Clyde – is the one ghost whose name doesn’t rhyme with the others. Poor Clyde – always the outsider! His behaviour reflects this too, cleverly – unlike the others, he just doesn’t seem to have much interest in chasing Pac-Man.
What pattern does Clyde follow?
Though Clyde does chase Pac-Man (in much the same way as Blinky), when he gets within eight spaces of Pac-Man, he starts to retreat into the bottom-left corner of the maze. This is also the area he patrols during scatter mode, making the bottom left Clyde’s Corner!
How do you fight back against the ghosts?
There are four Power Pellets in the maze; when Pac-Man eats one, the ghosts turn temporarily blue – signifying that they can be eaten by the hero! This last for just a short time; the ghosts start flashing between blue and white to demonstrate that they are about to turn back to their normal, dangerous colours – in later levels, the period of time to get your revenge is so brief as to be almost imperceptible.
How does this affect their movement?
When a Power Pellet is eaten, the ghosts immediately change their movement patterns, regardless of whether they were in their pursuit or scatter modes. They immediately move away from Pac-Man’s position – and at a much slower speed than normal. Other than that initial reversal of chasing Pac-Man, their movement is randomly decided at each intersection they reach. This gives Pac-Man some valuable breathing room to clear dots from the maze – or get his revenge if the ghosts are close enough!
What happens to the ghosts when Pac-Man eats them?
If Pac-Man does eat them, only the ghost’s eyes remain – and they immediately race back to the pen at the centre of the maze, where they regenerate and re-emerge. It’s important to note that they regenerate and return immediately This means that, even if the effects of the Power Pellet are still in play for the other ghosts, it’s possible to have a fully regenerated, non-blue, dangerous ghost (or ghosts) on your tail – as well as having blue ghosts simultaneously running from you!
Are there other ghosts?
There’s quite a few! Later Pac-Man games introduced new ghosts or simply replaced poor, neglected Clyde. For example, the orange ghost in Ms. Pac-Man is Sue, though her behaviour and appearance are the same as Clyde. To differentiate between them, Sue became purple in later games (and the short-lived, mostly forgotten, animated TV show from 1982). Tim is the name of the orange ghost in Jr. Pac-Man – but again, it’s basically just Clyde with a different name!
Pac-Mania added two new ghosts to Pac-Man’s rogue gallery: Funky and (ahem) Spunky. Funky was a green ghost and Spunky was grey; their only other appearances were in Pac-Man 256 – though they behaved very differently there. Pac-Man 256 also introduced the scary, teleporting Glitchy!
There are many more – especially in Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures, which originated as a CGI cartoon. This had a huge cast of individual ghosts with their own characters and very distinct visual characteristics – but the most iconic, famous ghosts remain the four originals from the Ghost Gang: Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde!
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Jason – who lives in the UK – has had a lifelong interest in video games, which all started when he discovered Space Invaders in the early 80s. The first game he ever completed was Wonder Boy in Monster Land on the Sega Master System – which remains one of his proudest gaming achievements. Jason is a passionate writer – and has been writing about gaming since the late 90s. He currently runs pop culture blog midlifegamergeek.com, which he updates on a daily basis (and has written more than 700 articles on the blog alone!).
Outside of video games, Jason is a keen tabletop gamer, film buff and comic book fan.
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Blinky (ブリンキー Burinkii ), also known as Akabei , is the leader of the Ghosts and the arch-enemy of Pac-Man . He is also portrayed as the most aggressive ghost who always chases Pac-Man, and is hard to shake once he starts. He is known to have a short temper, and is good friends with Pinky , Inky , and Clyde . He also has a daughter named Yum-Yum .
While originally the main antagonist in the first Pac-Man arcade game , his antagonistic role of the franchise has largely been diminished to an ally in recent incarnations, though he is still considered the series de-facto main antagonist in remakes of the first game and by older fans.
- 1.1.1 Pac-Man
- 1.1.2 Pac-Land
- 1.1.3 Pac-Mania
- 1.2 Pac 'n Roll
- 1.3.1 Pac-Man World
- 1.3.2 Pac-Man World 2
- 1.3.3 Pac-Man World 3
- 1.4 Animated Series
- 1.5 Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures
- 1.6.1 Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures
- 1.6.2 Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness
- 1.6.3 Pac-Man World Rally
- 1.6.4 Pac-Man Party
- 1.6.5 Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures (video game)
- 1.6.6 Pac-Man 256
- 1.6.7 Mario Kart series
- 1.6.8 Super Smash Bros. series
- 1.6.9 Amazing Katamari Damacy
- 1.7.1 Wreck-It Ralph
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- 4.1 Character Artwork
- 4.2 "Ghost Gang" Group Artwork
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Original Blinky sprite.
Blinky first appeared with Pinky , Inky , and Clyde , the other members of the Ghost Gang , in Pac-Man . He starts out of the Ghost Home in the center of the Maze .
Blinky is the most persistent of the original four; he is the most aggressive ghost in the arcade games, and is always directly targeting Pac-Man when in "chase" mode (thus his nickname, Shadow, as in he "shadows" or follows Pac-Man). When the ghosts are in "scatter" mode, Blinky typically occupies the top-right corner of the maze.
After Pac-Man eats a number of Pac-Dots , Blinky will continuously accelerate; this state is colloquially known as "Cruise Elroy". The number of Pac-Dots that Pac-Man must eat in order for Blinky to become Cruise Elroy gets lower and lower as the game progresses. In certain later games, Blinky's "Cruise Elroy" state is triggered by how long the character remains on the maze rather than the remaining Pac-Dots.
Blinky follows a similar role in these subsequent games:
- Ms. Pac-Man
- Jr. Pac-Man
- Super Pac-Man
- Pac & Pal
- Pac-Man Arrangement (1996)
- Pac-Man Arrangement (2005)
- Pac-Man: Adventures in Time
- Ms. Pac-Man: Quest for the Golden Maze
- Pac-Man Championship Edition
- Pac-Man Championship Edition 2
- Pac-Man Championship Edition DX
- Pac-Man Battle Royale
Pac-Land features Blinky and the other ghosts as they try to stop Pac-Man using cars, buses, UFOs, and planes. No ghost is stronger than the other in this game, and the only one who acts differently from the others is Sue .
NOTE: In Pac-Mania , Blinky and Clyde's colors are swapped. For more information, see Clyde and Blinky error .
Carrying over his cowardly persona from Pac-Land , Blinky behaves as Clyde typically would in the original Pac-Man , but he has switched colors with him as well.
Pac 'n Roll
Blinky and the ghosts appear in Pac 'n Roll as enemies. They team up with Golvis in order to get rid of Pac-Man after their previous defeats. Although Blinky, Inky, and Clyde weren't completely interested in getting revenge, they went along with Pinky's plans due to her bossiness.
After the destruction of Golvis's UFO, Blinky and the others watch Pac-Man on a television in the middle of the ocean. The ghosts then discover the reason Golvis was imprisoned was because of his clumsiness, not because of his power, much to their annoyance.
Pac-Man Party Royale
Blinky is an enemy ghost in Pac-Man Party Royale. If set, he spawns in the center of the maze, targeting one of four Pac-Men, trying to catch them. If he catches a Pac-Man, that Pac-Man will become a ghost and Blinky will stop for some time, then continue to move to target another Pac-Man.
Pac-Man World series
NOTE: In the Pac-Man World trilogy, Blinky and Clyde's names are swapped. These appearances are going by their color rather than their name. For more information, see Clyde and Blinky error .
Blinky appears in the second cutscene, holding a burlap sack with Ms. Pac-Man inside it, who he kidnapped believing it was Pac-Man. He also appears in Toc-Man's Lair as one of the four roaming ghosts. He also appears as an enemy in some levels.
Pac-Man World 2
Blinky is the fourth boss in Pac-Man World 2 , as one of the ghosts who unintentionally released Spooky . Blinky fights from a machine which attacks using fireballs and fiery blades (mounted on the bottom of the machine, which may knock Pac-Man off the stage). He is invulnerable to Rev-Rolls; Pac-Man must bounce on the glass cockpit to destroy it. He later appears in a huge submarine called the Megawhale with the other ghosts, in a final attempt to stop Pac-Man from reaching Ghost Island .
Pac-Man World 3
In Pac-Man World 3 , Blinky is a playable character, and teams up with Pac-Man. He can attack using a ghostly screech called "Sonic Boo".
He is first mentioned by Orson , who tells Pac-Man to find all of the Ghost Gang in the Spectral Realm . Pac-Man only finds Pinky, who tells him that Erwin is using Inky and Clyde for power, and has connected them to an energy-sucking machine used to power Erwin's robots.
Later, Pac-Man finds Blinky caught in a cage and mocks him; Blinky declares that he'd rather be left in the cage than be mocked. When Pac-Man releases him and tells him about Erwin's siphons, Blinky agrees to help him, albeit temporarily. He then helps Pac-Man in various battles, and later single-handedly defeats Spectral Fiend (an ally of Erwin's) and one of Erwin's siphons.
In the 1982 animated series, Blinky appears alongside Pinky, Inky, Clyde, and Sue. He works with Mezmeron in attempt to stop Pac-Man and seize the Power Pellets. Here he is depicted as slow-witted and cowardly; this was the first (and only) time he was portrayed as such. He also has grammar problems.
Blinky in Ghostly Adventures
Blinky made an appearance in the Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures TV series. Rather than an enemy of Pac-Man, he (along with Pinky, Inky and Clyde) act as Pac-Man's allies. Like in some other media, Blinky seems to act as the leader of Ghost Gang. He is depicted as having a rivalry of sorts with Inky. He's the oldest of the ghosts.
Pac-man 2: the new adventures.
Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde appear as enemies for Pac-Man , petrifying him whenever they appear. Unless Pac-Man is able to get a Power Pellet , he will faint. Occasionally, the others will leave important items behind after they are eaten. Once their leader, the Ghost Witch of Netor is defeated, Blinky and the others fly off.
Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness
Along with the other ghosts, Blinky was recruited by the witch Mesmerelda to stop Ms. Pac-Man from finding the four Gems of Virtue . Blinky and the ghosts fail in their mission, allowing Ms. Pac-Man to defeat Mesmerelda and restore Pac-Land .
Blinky appears as a playable racer in this game. He is a medium-weight, and wears green goggles. Blinky is also featured in the stage Ghost Mansion .
Blinky appears as a playable character in Pac-Man Party . In the game, he aids Pinky, Inky, and Clyde in stealing cookies from Mr. Cookie . At the end of the game though, it is revealed that they never stole the cookies, and that they were actually given to them by Mr. Cookie himself to test Pac-Man and his heroism.
Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures (video game)
Blinky, alongside his other three cohorts, appear in the video game adaptation of Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures as an ally of Pac-Man.
In Pac-Man 256 , Blinky, unlike the other ghosts, behaves very much like he did in the original game(s), constantly chasing Pac-Man. Blinky reverses direction when blue.
Mario Kart series
Blinky has appeared as a playable racer in several Mario Kart games, specifically the arcade ones. Alongside Mario and all his friends, he is joined by Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man. He does not appear in Mario Kart Arcade GP DX .
Super Smash Bros. series
Blinky makes a handful of cameos in several Super Smash Bros. titles, all of which are in his 8-bit form. He is incorporated into Pac-Man's moveset as his side-smash, and he can also be summoned as an Assist Trophy. In Super Smash Bros. for 3DS/Wii U , he and Pinky are also part of Pac-Man's taunt; both of them are replaced with Fairies in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate .
In the Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS stage "Pac-Maze", Blinky appears as a stage obstacle. He behaves similarly to the original arcade game.
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate , Blinky reprises his roles as a part of Pac-Man's moveset and Assist Trophy. He also appears as a part of Ghosts spirit, which represents original four ghosts. In the Ghosts Spirit Battle, Blinky is represented by red Kirby.
Amazing Katamari Damacy
In Amazing Katamari Damacy , Blinky, alongside Pac-Man, is part of a constellation.
Blinky and co. in Wreck-It Ralph
Blinky, along with Pinky and Inky, make a cameo in Wreck-It Ralph at Game Central Station.
While Blinky himself did not appear in the movie, the red ghost car from Pac-Man's scene assumed his role, and had "BLINKY" as its license plate. This car was driven by Sam Brenner (Adam Sandler).
Blinky is a red-colored ghost. He has big eyes, and often has an angry expression. He is typically limbless within games, but some incarnations show him with arms, sometimes with orange gloves as well.
In the TV series and Pac-Land , Blinky wears a wide-brimmed hat, and has a somewhat cowardly and afraid expression rather than being angry. In Pac-Man Party and Ghostly Adventures , he has a protrusion to the top of his head (which he calls his "hairdo") and blue eyes; his arms are also stubbier.
Blinky is the most determined of the ghosts, and the leader of the Ghost Gang. He is often depicted as the most intelligent and most conceited of the quartet. He is also the most aggressive ghost in all "maze-oriented" Pac-Man games, relentlessly chasing Pac-Man/Ms. Pac-Man. Though Pac-Man (under most circumstances) is an enemy of all of the ghosts, Blinky is his main nemesis among them; however, some games depict this as a form of friendly antagonism.
In the Hanna-Barbera series, Blinky is considered shy, cowardly and slow-witted. Blinky's cowardice is most often shown when Pac-Man has just eaten a Power Pellet and Blinky tries to run away to avoid being eaten by Pac-Man, albeit to no avail. Blinky is also shown to have grammar problems on occasion, though his grammatical problems are a result of his cowardice.
In Pac-Man World 2 and 3 , Blinky has less angry expression. He later wears with green goggles in the 2006 racing game Pac-Man World Rally .
In Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures , Blinky is still the de-facto leader of the Ghost Gang, but is now an ally and friend of Pac-Man rather than a pseudo-antagonist. Despite this, there have been occasions where he has enjoyed frightening and picking on Pac-Man, and has also shown to enjoy upsetting Pac-People the most out of the four ghosts, showing that even as an ally, he still possesses mischievous tendencies. He can sometimes be arrogant and snarky. He is also a Pac-Fu master who genuinely believes in the code of Pac-Fu thus he never once mentioned his skills or showed them until The Pac Be With You.
- During the development of the original Pac-Man, Namco president Masaya Makamura wanted the game to have all of the ghosts be red. Toru Iwatani knew he wanted the ghosts to be colorful, so he held an informal poll among his colleagues. Absolutely no one chose the red-only option.
- In the (partial) published source code of Pac-Man Ghost Zone , there is data for a ghost named "Pierre". This ghost appears to just be Blinky wearing a fake mustache .
- Blinky's Japanese name " Akabei" ( 赤ベイ) Comes form "Aka" (赤), A Japanese word for Red.
"Ghost Gang" Group Artwork
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Pac Man and the Ghosts Costumes
Introduction: Pac Man and the Ghosts Costumes
My kids decided that wanted to be Pac Man and the 4 ghosts for Halloween. So that put me and DaDee on task of creating all 5 costumes.
Step 1: Supplies
To Build Pac Man we used 2 hula hoops Some PVC piping we had around Duct Tape Cardboard Yellow Fabric Black Fabric and glue Old backpack Fabric glue For the Ghosts we used Pink, Orange, Red, and Blue cheap fabric White and Black Felt sheets
Step 2: Creating Pac Mans Frame
We took our PVC pipes and created 3 I shapes with 2 t shaped pieces and length of pipe. Then we split the hula hoop circle and slide the I shapes on to the hula hoops to attach the two hoops together. Then wrapped each connection in duct tape to keep them in place. We then took the back pack and looped the straps over the top support bar and duct taped it in place. We then we covered the hula hoops with the card board to reinforce the sides.
Step 3: Covering the Frame
To cover the frame we laid out the yellow fabric and then place the frame on the fabric and pulled it up around the frame and duct taped it on the inside of the costume. Repeat for the other side. Then at my son's request we made a black pouch for Pac Man's mouth so that people good actual "feed" his treats to Pac Man. We attached the fabric to the top support and then looped it down past the next support creating a pouch to hold his candy. To create the face. I traced a cup to create the eye shape and cut out the circle, then cut out a triangle out of the circle to make the correct shape. We attached the eye with fabric glue. We then cut 2 large pie shapes and glued those on to form his mouth.
Step 4: The Ghosts
The ghosts were much easier. We cut a small oval on the fold of the fabric and place it over the head of the child who would be wearing that color. Then trimmed the fabric with pinking shears to fit the child and still maintain the ghost shape. I then stitched around the neck hole to reinforce it however depending on the fabric you chose it may not be necessary. We then cut out the white part of the eye for each costume and the black circles for each costume. I stitched the black to the whites and then stitched those to the costume. I made each costume look a different direction to mimic how the ghosts moved around on the game. The ghosts were the easiest costume I have ever made. Everyone loved their outfits and they had a blast wearing them
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7 years ago
Great idea! We're in the middle of making our own, but we reached a problem! How did you get fabric to cover the perimeter of the circle? I know this is a few years old, so hopefully you're still checking this and remember! Thanks!
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We cut the fabric bigger then the frame then wrapped it over the edge and duct taped it to the inside. I believe I also cut the fabric to get rid of excess.
9 years ago
Thank you for sharing!!
11 years ago on Introduction
I really love these, they're all so cute together. I love theme costumes, I have three little brothers and this year they're going as the avengers. Anyway, cute costumes!
12 years ago on Introduction
it's soooooooo cute you should make ms.pacman too. that will tie it all together.thanks for the great idea
So creative and so adorable! I love the packman costume! They're all great. Thanks for sharing!
what thay are cute but i hate the pac man costume but the ghosts are very cute defenly the baby
Reply 12 years ago on Introduction
You don't have to like the pac man costume, it made my son happy and that is what is important. Glad you enjoyed the ghosts. Thank you for taking the time to share your opinions.
Yours turned out great. Good job
i love your idea i think i will do that but with Clyde (orange ghost) also if you put a bright pin the color of the costume it would look good too
So adorable. It's good that you designed them so that the kids can see, which can be a safety issue with other Pacman costumes. Plus, you get to see their smiling faces.
13 years ago on Introduction
these are GREAT costumes!!!
awesome job. here is the piece of crap, pre-made pac-man costume I had when i was a kid:
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The Real Difference Between All The Pac-Man Ghosts
The ghosts from arcade classic Pac-Man are named Blinky, Inky, Pinky, and Clyde. You know them, you love them, but, be honest, do you know what makes them different? Read on to find out, because there's always more you could learn about the history of Pac-Man .
Of course, each of the ghosts is a different color. Blinky is red, Clyde is orange-yellow, Inky is a light blue-green, and Pinky... well, you'll have to figure that one out for yourself. But that's not the only big difference between them.
Now, let's start with the basics of Pac-Man movement. As explained by software architect André Maré , there are three main modes for the ghostly group: Chase, Scatter, and Frightened. Basically, Chase is standard gameplay for a round of Pac-Man , Scatter is when the ghosts disperse to their designated corners, and Frightened is a total free-for-all where Pac-Man can gobble up his enemies (after gobbling up a snack, that is).
Though this setup is pretty straightforward, realizing that Chase and Scatter can give you a chance to regroup might be a game-changer for you. This is also where it's most helpful to understand the difference in how each of the ghosts operate.
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According to Pac-Man creator Toru Iwatani , the most difficult part of designing Pac-Man was setting up the ghost algorithm: "It was tricky because the monster movements are quite complex ... I wanted each ghostly enemy to have a specific character and its own particular movements, so they weren't all just chasing after Pac-Man in single file, which would have been tiresome and flat." Each ghost has a target tile that informs their movement patterns and where they're heading. Like the name of the game itself , clearly, all Pac-Man decisions were made with thorough consideration.
Of course, it's right to start with Blinky, the only ghost who starts outside the Ghost House in the center of the screen. Blinky is always right on Pac-Man 's tail. He has intermittent 5% speed increases throughout the game, and even while in Scatter mode, his target tile is literally wherever Pac-Man is. That means he's basically laser-focused, so watch out for this little speed demon, even when he's hanging out in the upper right hand corner during Scatter mode.
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Even though Blinky's enough to keep you busy, you should be aware of the other ghosts' patterns , one of whom follows his lead. Inky looks to Blinky for inspiration, since his location is based on splitting the difference between Blinky and Pac-Man 's position. You can typically find this little fella in the lower right corner when it's time to scatter.
If Pinky had a career, it'd be predicting the future, because this little ghost targets four tiles ahead of Pac-Man . However, this makes it pretty easy to stay one step ahead of him once you become aware of it. He scatters to the upper left.
Clyde does things differently, as his unique non-rhyming name indicates. When he's over eight tiles away from Pac-Man , he matches with Blinky. When he's closer than that, he goes to his Scatter Mode spot at the bottom left corner of the screen.
There you have it. Now that you've gotten to know the ghosts of Pac-Man a little better (as well as their usual patterns of attack), you should be ready to conquer the successful (and lucrative) arcade classic .
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Crocs is going back to the ’80s, thanks to its new collaboration with Pac-Man.
The FNAA-winning footwear brand has partnered with the hit video game for its latest co-branded shoes, featuring two new adult-sized takes on its hit foam shoes. The first, themed after the game’s titular Pac-Man, features a vibrant yellow take on Crocs’ All-Terrain clogs . The $65 style features perforated foam uppers with rounded toes and rugged outsoles, complete with black paneling printed with “Start Game” lettering akin to a vintage arcade.
Crocs’ second Pac-Man shoe brings a vibrant makeover to its signature Classic clog, which features a rounded black base covered in a blue maze print — just like the same challenge posed to Pac-Man in his namesake game. The $60 style is boosted with adjustable yellow “Pac-Man”-branded straps, as well as a print of the game’s colorful ghosts along its sides.
For a playful themed twist, the style is also completed with rounded Jibbitz charms shaped like Pac-Man, ghosts and fruit.
Both Crocs x Pac-Man styles are now live on Crocs’ website .
Crocs’ collaboration with Pac-Man marks its latest launch for 2023. This year, the label has released a wide range of co-branded collections, limited-edition products and drops with a variety of brands, including Levi’s, “ Demon Slayer ” and Aespa.
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The Ghosts are the main antagonists of the Pac-Man franchise.
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In the original Pac-Man , the Ghosts chase Pac-Man around a maze to keep him from eating all of the dots. It was the player's objective to avoid the ghosts and collect all of the dots.
Power Pellets are the ghosts' ultimate weakness. When Pac-Man eats one, the ghosts turn blue, and Pac-Man can eat them.
- One Ghost eaten - 200 pts.
- Two Ghosts eaten - 400 pts.
- Three Ghosts eaten - 800 pts.
- All Four Ghosts eaten - 1600 pts.
In the original Pac-Man , there were four ghosts (referred to as the Ghost Gang), each member having their own unique personalities:
- Blinky - Red, he is the most aggressive of the ghosts as he chases Pac-Man relentlessly.
- Pinky - Pink, she is deceptive as she strategically ambushes Pac-Man from the front.
- Inky - Cyan, he's friends with Blinky as the two work together to scare Pac-Man into making the wrong move.
- Clyde (Sue in Ms. Pac-Man and Tim in Jr. Pac-Man ) - Orange, he/she's not very smart and flees if Pac-Man gets too close.
In the Pac-Man cartoon series from 1982 to 1984, the Ghost Gang work for Mezmeron and help him try to find the Power Pellet Forest and often call Pac-Man names such as "Pac-Fink".
In the TV series Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures , the Ghost Gang work for Lord Betrayus but secretly they help Pac-Man foil Betrayus' plans and hopefully get their bodies back.
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In the older games and the original 80's cartoon, the Ghosts were originally portrayed as monsters (some can wield magic) and are considered tangible. However, they had a few ghostly traits such as being able to levitate.
In the Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures animated series and games, the Ghosts are portrayed as spectral ectoplasmic entities with the common ghostly traits of being semi-intangible, being able to levitate, and can leave trails of ectoplasm on living beings and the majority of them are former Pac-People.
In most of their portrayals, the most consistent thing about the ghosts' morphology is their true form, that being disembodied eyes that control ghostlike bodies that can only be destroyed by their natural predators and rivals, the Pac People.
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The Ghost Gang appears as supporting characters in Disney's 2012 film Wreck-It-Ralph . While Blinky, Inky, and Pinky can be seen in Game Central Station, Clyde leads the Bad-Anon support group in the Pac-Man game consisting of iconic villains including Dr. Eggman , M. Bison , and Bowser . Clyde is also one of the villains to react when Ralph reveals he does not want to be a bad guy anymore, by turning blue. When Ralph laments how he gets no respect from the others in his game, Clyde suggests that he will just have to accept who he is.
The Ghost Gang makes a cameo in the 2018 sequel Ralph Breaks the Internet .
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A playable fighter, Pac-Man will summon the ghosts when using a smash attack: Blinky for his side smash, Pinky for his up smash, and Inky and Clyde for his down smash.
The Ghost Gang also appears as an Assist Trophy. When summoned, they wander around the stage as if it was a maze, dealing damage to fighters when collided with. After a few seconds, their movement becomes faster until they wander off. Each Ghost moves similar to the arcade games: Blinky takes the shortest route to reach the enemy, Pinky tries to move in front, Inky moves from behind, and Clyde moves randomly.
In the 3DS version, the Ghosts are hazards for the Pac-Maze stage. They randomly move about the lanes, damaging fighters when contacted. Grabbing a Power Pellet turns the Ghosts blue, and touching them will temporarily bring them out of the battlefield.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate [ ]
The Ghost Gang returns as an Assist Trophy, reacting just as they did in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS . The only difference is that they can be defeated by taking enough hits. They will telegraph their defeat by turning blue before fleeing.
The Ghosts also appear as an advanced primary shield-type spirit. Their spirit battle is against a red Kirby (Blinky), Jigglypuff (Pinky), Squirtle (Inky), and Pac-Man (Clyde) on the Battlefield form of Pac-Land. The Ghost Assist Trophy can also be summoned at random. A blue Ghost named TURN-TO-BLUE also appears as a novice support spirit, which grants the fighter an increase to their speed at the cost of starting the battle at 30% damage. Its spirit battle is a timed battle against four Mr. Game & Watch on the Wrecking Crew stage who tend to avoid conflict.
Just Dance [ ]
Blinky, Pinky, and Inky appear as P2, P3, and P4 in the Just Dance 2019 routine, which shares its name with the series. Pac-Man appears in that routine as P1.
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While not appearing as a skin, the four classic ghosts appear in two crossover cosmetics, in the "PAC-MAN" back bling (appearing as style variations for the default Pac-Man sprite) and cameoing in the "PAC-Brained" emote.
Fall Guys [ ]
In Fall Guys , a costume of a generic ghost (sharing their appearance mostly with Blinky's design in the Pac-World series) was added to the game as part of its fourth free-to-play season, being one of two Pac-Man -themed costumes currently in the game.
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- The Pinky in the Hanna-Barbera cartoon may be a different Pinky, since he and the original (who is a female) are of opposite sexes.
- Despite the modern viewpoint of Pac-Man 's antagonists being spectral beings, this wasn't the original intent of Namco, but rather a result of their appearance making western audiences believe them to be ghosts. In fact, the original Pac-Man only refers to the creatures as generic monsters (with the original Japanese version using the term "Obake", a type of yokai usually equated to goblins), with their cloak-like body merely serving as a sheet covering their true body, being a pink, worm-like being with legs.
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