The Super Bowl isn’t until Sunday night, but you don’t have to wait to watch one of the most enjoyable part of the event, a.k.a. the ads. Companies including Budweiser and T-Mobile have released their spots ahead of the game—and whether they star adorable puppies or Kim Kardashian, they are pretty entertaining. TIME has compiled a list of the Super Bowl ads and teasers that you can watch ahead of the game. Companies spent upwards of $4.5 million for a 30-second slot.
Anheuser-Busch, Bud Light
Bud Light created a life-size Pac-Man game for its ad “Coin.” The maze came complete with technicolor ghosts and everything.
Ad agency: Energy BBDO
Budweiser’s ad about an adorable lost puppy is an emotional roller coaster. Set to an acoustic version of “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles), “Lost Dog” follows an 11 week old golden lab on a Homeward Bound-like adventure back home to his Clydesdale best friend.
Ad agency: Anomaly
Avocados From Mexico
The above ad was what GoDaddy had intended to play during the Super Bowl. That is, until the internet erupted with criticism saying that the company condones animal cruelty and puppy mills — the site is about a lost dog who gets sold on a GoDaddy-created website. The company pulled the spot.
GoDaddy will still advertise, we just don’t know what the ad will be.
T-Mobile will run two commercials in the Super Bowl this year. One will star “Kim Kardashian, Famous Person” in a faux PSA about a very serious issue: un-used data.
“Data you paid for that could be used to see my makeup, my backhand, my outfits, my vacations and my outfits,” Kardashian says, as she’s shown taking selfies. “Sadly all lost. Please, help save the data.”
Ad agency: Publicis
The website development platform will air its ad in the fourth quarter of the game. The funny commercial imagines what football stars like Brett Favre and Terrell Owens will be up to when they retire from the NFL.
We can’t wait for the premiere of Favre and Carve: Charcuterie.
Ad agency: Committee LA