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Pac-Man Game Over Tic Tac Toe T-shirt for Men

Black T-shirt with Pac Man Characters on a Nought & Crosses Board

With the summer fast approaching (the British weather is stuck in winter mode as I write!), I want to share with you today, the best-rated and most popular Pac-Man T-shirt on my Simply Eighties website. The clver design features the Pac-Man characters on a Nought & Crosses board (or Tic Tac Toe if you prefer to call it that!), with "Game Over" text.

The design features pixelated, 8-bit style characters from the game, including the four ghosts and fruit, and the graphic has a slightly distressed look, giving it a more retro 80s vibe. 

As well as a great looking graphic, the T-shirt has been receiving consistently great feedback and ratings from customers since 2016, which is something I always look for before buying any clothing, and I'm sure you'll feel the same way, because it's such a hassle sending stuff back! In fact, this T-shirt has received 209 five star ratings, so far. Not only that, but the supplier also has a 98% positive rating, as I write - more about them in a moment.

It's also the reason I'm happy to feature it on my website and this blog, as I only like to promote products that have decent customer feedback. By law, I need to state that as an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying links. However, this is also another reason I like to feature decent products, because if a customer returns it, I get nothing and I have made a visitor on my website/blog unhappy.

The officially licensed tee is available from the Vanilla Underground store on Amazon. Unfortunately, it only comes in adult Male sizes small and medium at the present time. The UK company (which is based in Tamworth, Staffordshire), has also been receiving great feedback, which you can check out for yourself. They also have their own established website, which sells officially licensed products.

Vanilla Underground website

Official Pac-Man Game Over T-shirt for MenCheck Price on AmazonPac-Man Maze T-shirt for MenCheck Price on Amazon

 


If you're looking for something in a larger size, then you may also like the Pac-Man Action Scene Maze T-shirt above, which is also being sold by the same company, and is available in XXL. Sadly, there is no Large or XL, though. I do hope the company manages to sort out providing more sizes, because it's a great shame that the sizes are limited, as both of these tees are so popular and highly rated.

Hopefully, we'll all be wearing our T-shirts again very soon, so I hope you like the two Pac-Man T-shirt designs I've shown you here today

You may also like my posts Pac-Man Dress for Women and Pac-Man Ugly Christmas Sweater

Also, check out my article 10 Little Known Facts About Pac-Man if you're a fan.

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