7 hardest Colorado locations to play Google Maps' Pac-Man game on Pac-Man Day

Posted at 11:54 AM, Mar 31, 2017
and last updated 2017-03-31 13:56:11-04

DENVER — With April Fools' Day right around the corner, Google Maps users may be confused as to the true purpose behind a "new" Pac-Man button that appeared within the service on Friday.

Friday is the official Pac-Man day in the U.S., and Google has now celebrated by turning its service into a custom Pac-Man field, with many challenges, for multiple years. 

In order to access the game, users must update their Google Maps apps, or access a desktop-version of the service. Zoom in on a location, then hit the Pac-Man button and play away! 

Denver7 has rounded up the most difficult places to play in the Denver metro area. 

Check out how difficult southern Thornton can be to navigate! Click here to play.

LoDo presents a toothy challenge. We bet you can't get all the marbles! Click here to play.

Aurora looks a little easier than it actually is. Click here to play.

Just east of Cherry Creek State Park is a bit of a hike! Click here to play.

The Castlewood neighborhood near Centennial made us dizzy. Click here to play.

The foothills area is as hilly as you'd expect. Click here to play.

Southglenn near Highlands Ranch could present a stealthy challenge. Click here to play.

So what did you find most hard? Give us a shout on Facebook. 


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