You Soon Won’t Be Able to Play EA’s Official Tetris Game on Your iPhone

In a stark reminder that you rarely actually own anything you buy digitally, Electronic Arts’ iOS Tetris games will not only be disappearing from the App Store on April 21, but the games themselves will no longer be playable on iPhones and iPads – even if you paid for them. Read More >>

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Tetris Played on an Old School Display Produces the Most Satisfying Sounds

Imagine yourself playing Tetris, and you’ll undoubtedly have the Game Boy version’s memorable theme song (called Korobeiniki) stuck in your head for hours. But playing the game on an old school analog display manages to produce an even more satisfying sound as 210 small plastic discs quickly flip back and forth to recreate the falling tetrominos. Read More >>

This Cheap, Playable Smartphone Case Is Triggering my Eternal Love For the Game Boy

As an avid portable gamer, you might assume smartphones, and their app stores filled with million of titles, would be my ideal device. But part of me still yearns for physical buttons to mash, like my beloved Game Boy had. That’s probably why I find this case that puts a bunch of basic video games on the back of a smartphone so appealing. Read More >>

Guy Accidentally Sets a New Tetris Record

The NES version of Tetris debuted in 1989, but its popularity remains steadfast in the competitive scene nearly 30 years later. Almost every record currently available on Speedrun for Tetris is months, if not days old, with experts practicing to continually hone their craft and dethrone competitors. Read More >>

280-Character Tweets Make Tetris Possible on Twitter

The arrival of the new 280-character limit on Twitter has made the social media network a lot harder to quickly scan and just further proves that words in tweets are useless. So, how should we all use this multi-billion dollar platform now? One imaginative developer has shown us all how to play Tetris, and it seems like the perfect way to forget about all the Nazis. Read More >>

Classic Video Game Themes Sound Even Better Played Backwards

Video games like Super Mario Bros. and Tetris included some of the most catchy background music ever put on a cartridge. But would you recognise those same classic video game themes played backwards? An artist created an album featuring four memorable game themes performed in reverse, and we can’t stop listening to them. Read More >>

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One of the Largest Jigsaw Puzzles in the World Made Harder as Video Game Stop Motion

“Wildlife” is a very big jigsaw puzzle. Clocking in 33,600 pieces, it ranks among the largest manufactured jigsaw puzzles in the world and will set you back over £300. But if you think it’s hard enough to do on its own, imagine turning it into a stop motion movie of classic video games while you assemble it. Read More >>

Playing Tetris on a Business Card Is Everything I Hoped It Would Be

Three years ago Kevin Bates created a Tetris-playing business card to showcase his engineering skills to potential employers. But his creation quickly went viral on the internet, and everyone reminiscing about their beloved childhood Game Boy clamoured for their own. After testing the waters with the equally tiny Arduboy, Bates has finally delivered an officially-licensed Tetris MicroCard. If you’ve got £48 to spare on a tiny machine that plays a single game, you’re going to want this in your wallet. Read More >>

This Guy Built a 33-Foot-Wide Computer to Play Tetris On

A man decided he wanted to build a computer. There's nothing weird about that, as we've all sketched out dream lists of RAM and processor combinations and thought about investing in a really quiet fan. But this man did it on a silly scale, recreating the room-sized leviathans of old by creating something out of 40,000 individual transistors like it's the 1940s. Read More >>

Tetris Filmmaker Says it’s Going to be a Trilogy

The man behind the scoffed at concept of the Tetris movie has revealed another element of the production for us all to laugh at -- it's going to be a trilogy. They're going to make three entire films about the tension that arises when trying to make things fit together. Read More >>

Tetris is Going to Be a Film Trilogy and Someone Needs to Stop This Shit Immediately

The most popular versions of Tetris only concern themselves with how the player engages with the mechanics of the play experience. It’s a game with no characters, story, antagonistic action or subtext. So of course people are going to make a film out of it. Read More >>

Stand Out in the Corporate World With This Geeky Tetris Watch

Following up on its Pac-Man and Space Invaders watches, Romain Jerome has just revealed a stylish new timepiece that manages to incorporate Tetris elements without looking like something you got for free with a video game pre-order. Read More >>

Tetris Blocks Flashbacks of Traumatic Events Lodged in the Brain

As computer games go, Tetris is one of the most mesmeric. Now, a team of researchers has found that the visual processing required to play the game can help sufferers of post-traumatic stress disorder overcome flashbacks, even after the memory of an event is lodged within their brain. Read More >>

Scenes* From the Upcoming Tetris Movie, Which is a Totally Real Thing

An "epic sci-fi movie" version of the video game Tetris is in the works, because if Hollywood loves one thing, it's action blockbusters based on nostalgia-fuelled brands with nonsensical plots (see: Transformers, Battleship, TNMT, really the entire Michael Bay oeuvre). Read More >>