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Pac-Man suit wraps you up in retro-gaming fashion glory

You've heard of power suits. Get ready to dress up in a power-pellet suit emblazoned with classic Pac-Man images.

Pac-Man suit
Wocka, wocka, wocka. Pac-Man gets fashionable in suit form.

Pac-Man debuted in 1980, but the video game has never really gone out of style. There's something primal about the plight of the hungry yellow mouth-dude, his fear of ghosts in the dark and his ability to transform into a superhero with the help of power pellets. Now you can capture that magic and swaddle yourself up in it with a Pac-Man suit from Opposuits.

The suit is officially licensed, so you're not just getting some black-market imitation. This is top-shelf Pac-Man clothing. All your favorite ghosts are there: Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde. Pac-Man himself appears all over the fabric pattern, mouth wide and in mid-gobble.

Opposuits is known for its goofy designs, including a zombie-inspired suit and a suit covered in comic-book shout-outs like "Bam!" and "Badaboom!"

The Pac-Man suit is all in the details. From a distance, people will wonder what weird pattern you're sporting. Up close, they'll appreciate the maze, pellets and matching tie.

This could be a good way to weed through potential employers. If you show up to your interview in a Pac-Man suit and the company holds it against you, then it's probably not a business you want to work for anyway, right?

The Pac-Man suit sells for $110 (about £77, AU$145) and includes the jacket, pants and tie. The company says the suits are made from "high quality fabric similar to proper 'boring' suits." The Pac-Man suit may be loud. It may be busy. It may be a little weird. But it's certainly not boring.

(Via Boing Boing)