Once approached about video games' harmful effects on children, former Nintendo CEO Kristian Wilson famously said, "If Pac-Man had affected us as kids, we'd all be running around in dark rooms, munching pills and listening to repetitive electronic music."

Of course, Kristian Wilson never existed, and that bit of wisdom was actually made up by English comedian Marcus Brigstocke, but it's still funny to think of Pac-Man's world and mechanics brought into our real world, as this video from NotWorkingFilms does.

In this short, the maze game isn't played in dark rooms, but on unlit highways, pellets strewn across empty lanes and ghosts on the horizon. The moon, an incomplete glowing yellow orb watches, while a Pac-Man remix booms on the stereo.