Lego is sending some very heavy stuff with this next Pac-Man Set that has just been leaked on Twitter!

Photos of a collection of Lego Pac-Man arcade machines about to be released appear to have been circulated online unofficially.

Photos of a Lego set containing the top half of a video game console have just been shared on Twitter (see below) and on Lego fan sites. This signature yellow console, used in arcades, is widely regarded as one of the best ever made. As this new Lego set is the only way for enthusiasts to own a piece of Pac-Man's legacy in arcades, it's likely to be very popular.


The price of the set is said to be $269.99 and it includes a total of 2,650 pieces. The photos show a tiny screen on which a classic game is displayed. The previous LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System system was equipped with a TV with Super Mario Bros. The device was built in such a way that it could rotate. It's likely that you'll be able to move the Pac-Man and his ghosts once the set is fully built.


In recent times, Lego has been very successful with its video game-related sets. The collaboration with Nintendo resulted in the hugely popular Super Mario set, which has been one of the most sought-after Lego sets in recent years. It has been rumored that a Legend of Zelda set will be released this year, but it's been a while since the first rumor appeared.

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