Step Aside, Pac-Man, There's a New Chompion

Forget hotdogs and burgers. Over the Fourth of July weekend, Billy Mitchell, 33, ate every dot, energizer and blue ghost on his way to scoring the world's first Pac-Man perfect game. The six-hour feat was witnessed by Twin Galaxies, which publishes a video-games record book. After completing all 256 levels, Mitchell, a Florida hot-sauce manufacturer who also holds the world's Donkey Kong record, promptly announced his retirement from Pac-Man competition. Junior Pac-Man, however, is another story.


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