Play on the “World’s Biggest PAC-MAN” you can on the http:/// website. Everything that you have to do is select the board where you want to start the game. To play on this pacman game you don’t need register anywhere, but if you want to create your own maze – you need to log in on the “World’s Biggest PAC-MAN” platform by Facebook. Your play statistics are shown on the right at the top of the screen, and below them in the boxes you can see the “World’s Biggest PAC-MAN” data – for example, we have 16318 created boards (for today).
Darwin, Minnesota , is the home of a ball of baler twine rolled by Francis A. Johnson. It is 12 feet ( m) in diameter and weighs 17,400 pounds (7,900 kg). Johnson began rolling the twine in March 1950, and wrapped four hours every day for 29 years. It is currently housed in an enclosed gazebo across from the town park on Main Street at ( 45°05′47″N 94°24′37″W / °N °W / ; - ) to prevent the public from touching it. The town celebrates "Twine Ball Day" on the second Saturday in August every year. An adjacent volunteer-run, free to visit museum and gift shop has information on the history of the ball, as well as selling a variety of souvenirs.     It was the long-standing holder of the "biggest ball of twine" title in the Guinness Book of World Records, holding the title from its completion in 1979 until 1994, and was referenced by "Weird Al" Yankovic in his 1989 song "The Biggest Ball of Twine in Minnesota." 
The containerships, as the name suggests, are vessels built specifically to hold huge quantities of cargo compacted in different types of containers. The containerships are categorised into different types according to its length and carrying capacity etc. At present, there are seven types of containerships in service worldwide, including small feeder, feeder, feedermax, Panamax, Post-Panamax, New Panamax and ultra-large Panamax. With a carrying capacity of more than Twenty-Foot Equivalent Unit (TEU), the modern containerships have radically redefined the freight transport by the sea. Here we have a list of the world’s largest containerships, ranked in terms of their TEU capacity and length, among others in 2017.