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Pacman on Google Maps (April Fool)
Fire-up Google Maps today and you can play Pacman!
If you go to Google Maps today you will see a button in the bottom left of the map. If some South Africa, printable vector map Adobe Illustrator editable, full vector, scalable, editable, text format names is needed. Click the Pacman button and Google Maps turns into a fully functioning Pacman game. If you don’t see the button then zoom in on an area with lots of roads.
In the game dots are added to the roads and that famous yellow pill and colored ghosts appear. All you have to do is to collect all the dots and avoid those chasing ghosts. Make sure to turn on the sound if you want to wacca, wacca, wacca across the map in style.
If you want to play on a different map then simply click on the ‘return to Google Maps’ link, pan to a different location, and click on the Pacman button again.
If you’re using the classic Google Maps you will have to update to the new look Google Maps.
I know it sounds impossible but when you do get bored of playing Pacman on Google Maps might I suggest that you then try playing MapsTD.
MapsTD is an amazing tower defense game built using the Google Maps API . In the game you can choose from a
number of location around the world. When you have selected a location
you then have to defend it from attackers by strategically placing your
If you’ve ever played a Tower Defense game you should
know what to expect. If you haven’t then where have you been for the
last few years?
You might also want to have a look at:
The Top 6 Google Maps Games
5 Amazing Google Maps Driving Games Source“.
Despite its ancient roots as the crossroads of Africa, the Middle East and Asia, the modern Republic of Yemen is a relatively new state.
It was created after communist South Yemen and traditional North Yemen merged in 1990, following years of strife.
Tensions remain between the north and the south, however. A southern separatist movement was defeated in a short civil war in 1994, and tensions re-emerged in 2009 when government troops and rebels, known as the Houthi, clashed in the north, killing hundreds and displacing more than a quarter of a million people.
A fresh wave of protests in 2011, inspired by the Arab Spring uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt, forced then-President Ali Abdallah Saleh to resign.
Yemen has also become a base for militant groups, like Al-Qaeda and Islamic State, adding to instability in the country. The country spiralled into civil war in 2014 and, despite peace initiatives, fighting continues.