For the 30th Anniversary of Pac-Man way back in 2010, the 3331 Arts Chiyoda gallery on the outskirts of Akihabara held an exhibition showcasing the most complete collection of all things Pac-Man the world has ever seen.
One room was filled with every piece of merchandise imaginable — from lunchboxes to pens to T-shirts — while another was dedicated to showing the 1980's Pac-Man cartoon.
The main area even sported a collection of over 100 versions of Pac-Man, running on everything from the Commodore 64 to the Xbox 360 — with many of them playable right in the gallery. But the exhibition's centrepiece blew all that away by presenting the smallest version of Pac-Man ever created — one that required a microscope to play.
So check out this never-before-seen photo gallery taken during its brief run nearly a year and a half ago.