Yes, it’s possible to create pictures inside Tetris, but with some help of course. This version of the game allows you to tweak certain settings, and as you’ll see, gravity was turned off for this video. Click here to see awesome Luigi fan-art. Continue reading to watch.
Here’s a first: a DDR-pad controlled Tetris game. This setup was created by three MIT students “who had an urge to play an LED matrix game of Tetris in a new way — LEDs inside tubes light up and create the game in front of your eyes.” For those who’d like to recreate this experience, check out this page for more information. Video after the break.
A Tetris block can be just about anything, and this pizza proves it. Let’s just hope this pizza tastes better than it looks. Want more wins? Well, you’re in luck because HackedIRL has plenty more for your viewing enjoyment. Click here to see our favorites of the week. Continue reading for a win compilation video.
For those who don’t already known, Tetris was “released on June 6, 1984, while [Alexey Pajitnov] was working for the Dorodnicyn Computing Centre of the Academy of Science of the USSR in Moscow, Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic.” These creative installations take his original vision to the next level. Click here for the first picture in gallery. Continue reading for a few Tetris videos.
No, this isn’t *another* Portal spoof, but rather a fully-playable Tetris game. Let’s just say that getting past the first level is much harder than it may first look. Continue reading to play the game.
You’ve seen what happens when a Kinect session goes wrong or when MIT researchers use the device to create a hologram system, now here’s yet another way to enjoy the motion sensor: Kinetris. This Tetris clone basically lets you control the blocks with hand gestures. Continue reading for a video demonstration.
Addicted to Tetris? Well, you’re in luck, Tetris Friends is a website that offers fans “7 single-player variants of the game, along with 3 multiplayer games, including this over-the-top 6-player mode.” More information. Continue reading to see a few amazing speed sprints.
Games include Marathon, which requires that you finish all 15 levels to win, Sprint, in which you’ve got to clear 40 lines as quickly as possible, and even an Ice Age movie version where you stack acorns instead of blocks.
Ever wonder what Tetris would play like if it featured random objects, in addition to bricks? Well, wonder no more. Thanks to Rob Moffett’s pixel art skills, this clip shows us just that. Continue reading to watch.
Not Tetris is what happens when the classic game of Tetris meets real-life physics. Simply put, it’s truly impossible to clear even a single line, much less get Tetris. More information. Video after the break. Here’s what you’re supposed to do:
And it doesn’t clear lines either, the goal of this version is to basically stack as many pieces as you can without them reaching the top of the screen.