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PAC-MAN Premium LED Desk Clock


By ifpapinball

3 years ago



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#1 3 years ago

This may not be pinball related, but since Raw Thrills is a HUGE IFPA sponsor we wanted to pass along a new retail product that Raw Thrills is bringing to market.

The PAC-MAN Premium LED Desk Clock features 512 Vibrant LED’s that display classic animations from the hit arcade game. It is officially licensed by Namco.

Check out the details and purchase through the Raw Thrills Amazon store HERE:

amazon.com link »

A video of the clock in action is available HERE:

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#3 3 years ago

Not sure why we didn't show the full animation on the video, but following the ghosts chasing Pac-Man you'll see the blue ghosts running across the screen the other way with Pac-Man chasing them.

It was something our engineering department whipped up as a gift to Namco as a thank you for the business we've worked on together. They came back to us with "This is so cool we should sell it!" . . . and here we are

#8 3 years ago
Quoted from dmbjunky:

That is pretty cool. Can you hang it on a wall? Does it run off batteries?

It doesn't run off of batteries, and unfortunately the case it's molded into is meant to sit on a desk/shelf.

(Picture of the plastic housing attached)

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#10 3 years ago

I'm sure it CAN if you're creative enough to find a way to do it, but it wasn't designed to be hung on the wall.

You would probably have to take those top 2 screw holes and find a way to mount a bracket that extends beyond the feet at the bottom that it rests on.

Mine sits on my filing cabinet next to my desk

#14 3 years ago
Quoted from gweempose:

This clock is awesome! Can it be dimmed? If not, it's probably not a great choice to have on my nightstand. It would look cool in my office, though.

Just checked with the engineers down the hall and unfortunately the answer is no.

#16 3 years ago

For anyone international that's interested in purchasing, please send an email to "info@rawthrills.com".

Fulfilled by Amazon can't do it, but we can do it from here.

#20 3 years ago
Quoted from Dexter:

what are the dimensions on this? Thanks!

Product Dimensions: 9.9 x 4.6 x 2.3 inches

#30 3 years ago

Just talked to my boss and we ran into some weird Amazon issues. We couldn't update the listing without needing to create a *NEW* listing (which involves having to pull down the old listing) . . . pain in the ass.

Anyway, I've been told that the listing will be back up in 24 hours at the same URL.

Price is $79.99 each and we did just get a shipment in of 600 more here at Raw Thrills this afternoon. These are being sent out to various Amazon locations tomorrow so hopefully we'll be solid on stock for a while.

Selling arcade machines is hard . . . selling retail clocks on Amazon seems to be harder

#33 3 years ago
Quoted from rotordave:

Hi Josh ... Danni has taken a shine to this. Is it 110v only though?

Cheers
Dave.

I've been told it's fine for 110v to 230v no problem.

#38 3 years ago

Production version of the clock does not include a battery backup, however we have a few left in stock from our prototype run here at Raw Thrills that does have it included.

Email "info@rawthrills.com" if you're interested in one of those. Supply is severely limited on the proto ones.

#40 3 years ago

For a more immersive experience you can always just purchase our Pac-Man Chomp Mania game

(The topper we created for this game inspired us to create a smaller version that ended up becoming the clock)

#42 3 years ago
Quoted from jellikit:

Do those "protos" have the earlier artwork and red board set?

Only clock serial numbers 1 through 10

#46 3 years ago
Quoted from Rarehero:

Does the game play like a legit Pac-Man game with good ghost AI?

I'll go with our ghost AI gets a little bit harder if our game is paying out too many tickets

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#49 3 years ago
Quoted from Rarehero:

Is it suitable for home use though? Just to have a badass modern Pac-Man game in the gameroom?

No, it would get super lame in a home environment.

We do however have a Pac-Man game in development with the home user in mind, and it will be the most badass Pac-Man game ever made. I can't go more than a couple of hours here without heading downstairs to play it myself every day.

Spring 2016 if I had to guess, which in manufacturer speak on Pinside really means Fall 2022

#52 3 years ago

I'll post a picture here as soon as I'm allowed to

#56 3 years ago

For anyone looking to hack their clock, our VP wanted me to pass on some details of how he hacked his clock

(Hopefully our licensor follows Pinside less than the AMC representative following all the threads regarding custom TWD speech)

I honestly have no idea what any of this is, but he said the pictures should be explanatory enough for people who "know how to do this stuff".

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#58 3 years ago
Quoted from Aurich:

I haven't opened mine yet, but is that a speaker on the back? It's not being used for anything now, right?

The original intention was to have the option to play audio, so the mold for the housing included the area where the speaker was going to go.

Unfortunately we weren't able to get the animations and the audio to run smoothly on the production hardware, so the speaker got pulled for the production run.

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#66 3 years ago

I've been told by management here that 5 star Amazon reviews are much appreciated

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#93 3 years ago

I believe the clock was actually designed with the RTC so its on the board ... Just not stuffed.

Cost reductions happen in pinball design ... And clock design

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#95 3 years ago

World's Largest Pac-Man . . . made up of a ton of Pac-Man clocks!

Should be in production this Spring (which in pinball-speak is 2018)

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