Are you a fan of the classic game PacMan? Of course you are. It's now possible to recreate what Nokia UK achieved with PacMan and ghosts on the Start Screen with a new app called PacMan Tiles. As the name suggests, it enables you to add individual PacMan tiles to the Start Screen and personalize the battlefield of Live Tiles.
The app itself was developed by Denis Petrakov, who has made it available on the store for free. While the app prompts you to pay for an in-app purchase to unlock all tiles featured in PacMan Tiles, the developer has made it so you don't actually get charged (the in-app purchases are in test mode). It's noted the app will be updated to make all tiles for free without having to go through the test instance.
Have fun adding the 1x1 tiles to your Windows Phone and share with us your results in the comments!
Thanks, Scott, for the heads up!
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