Once you open the app, you'll see a Ms. Pac-Man banner on the bottom and the game's logo on the right side of the screen. It was in 2015, when Google had first introduced a Pac-Man game inside the Maps app on April Fools' Day. We're not quite sure what the minimum is, but we imagine most of you will be able to load a game without issue. A couple of years later it has again come with the same prank, but this time, Ms. Pac-Man will be there.
This arcade game is not the sole entertainment stunt that Google has in its storehouse of exciting stuff.
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The app will transform anywhere into a playable Ms. Pac-Man stage. Plus, Google has a history of its April Fools' Day jokes coming true. And don't expect it to last long- we're coming up on April Fools' Day, a common source for pranks by the internet giant. It now just puts a random location from any part of the world. While iPhone users get to pick the place they want to go, Android users are automatically taken to a chance place they know nothing about.
Ms. Pac Man has been confirmed to work across a number of Android devices and iOS. You can now play the classic arcade game on the streets where you live (or, say, Manhattan, or Paris, or anywhere else).