Either Mary Poppins is about to touch down in Sweden or this man has truly decided to march to beat of his own drum. And keyboard. And Accordion.
You can even challenge another player, standing across town and staring at the opposite side of the same building.
Cravings for things like food, cigarettes, and alcohol are reduced by a short game of Tetris.
This might be the coolest necktie in the history of neckties.
Tetris came out in 1984 in Russia and was introduced to the world soon after. Since then, tons of gorgeously complex games have been developed that we love, and yet Tetris is still engaging in spite of its relative simplicity. How has something so basic continued to hold our interest over the years?
No matter how shiny game graphics will get, Alexey Pajitnov's cult classic puzzle game Tetris will always remain a favorite. So what happens when you mix the puzzler's iconic blocks with LEDs? You get this slick configurable lamp that's hot enough to lick.
Back in the day, Tetris was the best way to get through pre-calc when you finally got a sweet graphic calculator capable of running it. Turns out, it may also be a great way to treat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Who knew?
By day the building is the MIT's Green Building; by night it turned into a giant game of Tetris. Like a normal game of Tetris, players could move, rotate and drop blocks only in this case the blocks being entire windows.
On June 6, 1984 computer engineer Alexey Pajitnov unleashed the first version of Tetris on the world. At 27 years old, it looks a little different today than it did in the 80s, but remains an incredibly popular game....
Tetris is all about finding creative ways to fit the various shapes together, and now you can demonstrate your skills to anyone who comes by the house.