pacman4k.pngThe original Pac-Man for the Atari 2600 was quite the disaster and though it did sell a few million copies many would argue it was the beginning of Atari's end. And rightly so.

Dennis Debro's brand new and properly indie Pac-Man 4k, on the other hand, hopes to make things right by cramming a way more faithful post of the original pill-chomper arcade game to the very same and now very retro machine. This time around though Pac-Man comes with the correct colours, the original maze layout, the same bonuses the arcade used to sport, authentic monster behaviour, the correct sounds and much better graphics than Atari originally managed.

To grab your Pac-Man 4K cartridge head over to Atari Age and be prepared to spend $25.