For the 30th Anniversary of Pac-Man way back in 2010, the 3331 Arts Chiyoda gallery on the outskirts of Akihabara held an exhibition showcasing the most complete collection of all things Pac-Man the world has ever seen.

One room was filled with every piece of merchandise imaginable-from lunchboxes to pens to T-shirts-while another was dedicated to showing the 1980's Pac-Man cartoon.


The main area even sported a collection of over 100 versions of Pac-Man, running on everything from the Commodore 64 to the Xbox 360—with many of them playable right in the gallery. But the exhibition's centerpiece blew all that away by presenting the smallest version of Pac-Man ever created—one that required a microscope to play.

So check out this never-before-seen photo gallery taken during its brief run nearly a year and a half ago.

(Top photo: Richard Eisenbeis | Kotaku)