After being present with a 40 to 0 in favor of multicolored ghosts, Nakamura agreed to the decision.
It's not clear what the "ghosts" are supposed to be, but it's enough to know that the odd image Is actually included in the game, and that it's not a Twitter hoax or mass hallucination.
Did we also mention that PAC-MAN was inducted to the World Video Game Hall of Fame in 2015? At least, this was the intention, and it works when Pac-Man is facing to the left, down, or right, but when Pac-Man is facing upwards, an in the game's code causes Pinky's target tile to actually be set as four tiles ahead of Pac-Man and four tiles to the left of him.
While Blinky, Inky, and Pinky appear in Game Central Station, Clyde voiced by Kevin Deters is shown to be the head of Bad-Anon a support group for video game villains where the members have been meeting in the Pac-Man game once a week.
A bit creepy and bug-like, but definitely not a ghost.
Buster plays as the ghosts.
The unique feature of Clyde's targeting is that it has two separate modes which he constantly switches back and forth between, based on his proximity to Pac-Man.
Varieties In Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures, Ghosts, especially the Ghosts of Pac-People, come in a wide variety of shapes and forms but the majority usually appear to resemble the most common appearance of ghosts with round heads and ghostly tails but with a wide assortment of colors.