In Brooklyn -- people are bringing a classic arcade game to life!
Costumed Pac-Man players chase each other throughout the neighborhood.
It's part of the two-day "Come Out and Play Festival."
The rules are the same as the computer game, but players are given costumes and maps -- then hunt each other down.
Part of the game is played in a control room, where players connect with the human Pac-Mans (Pac-Men?) and ghosts.
They use cellphones to give players coordinates to guide them through the two-mile course.
Peter Vigeant created the human Pac-Man game with the goal of getting adults to reconnect with their inner child and go out and play.
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