Plus the Tetris diet, one major first-impression mistake you could be making, and Dennis Rodman chats about his adventures in North Korea.
And it still wouldn’t give them a long one when they needed it.
Just a fraction of all the great things video games offer.
“It’s dangerous to go alone. Take these!”
You win, 2 Chainz.
Suddenly it all makes sense. Via @Harrison_Peter.
Tetris player ‘Keroco’ pulls off one of the greatest ever gaming achievements.
What is this wizardry? Just the magical world of computer science!
Plus a bizarrely funny supercut of Robert De Niro crying, a new use for Tetris, and the 10 most ridiculous anti-drug PSAs of the 80s and 90s.
And adding “ing” to speed hump is not an improvement.
Soundtrack, sadly, not included.
Giant shapes fall from the sky. RUN.
The students at MIT love a good hack, but what’s better than playing a game while doing it? This week, a team took over the side of MIT’s Green Building and turned it into a giant, playable, multi-color Tetris game.
All the fun of Tetris, now with an extra ‘We Lost Half The Pieces’ mode. But right up until that point, it looks like a lot of fun.
Tetris and exercise on a giant LED chip board? Yes please. I want to see them play this on the last level.
It’s like a drinking game for sugar addicts. How many can you eat before you throw up? Annnnnd, go.
You call that a nerd? Now THIS is a nerd. Watch Video ›
I knew all those blocks had to be coming from somewhere. View Image ›
Utterly charming cakes from nerd nuptials. Much more fun than all of that William and Kate, Royal Wedding stuffiness. View List ›
For everyone who’s been wondering what Tetris would be like as an ’80s Saturday morning cartoon. (Inspired by “Get Your Blocks Off” from The Devastator, a quarterly comedy magazine of comics and awesomeness.) View Media ›
I hate you, Tetris. View Image ›
A new study proves that Tetris is the greatest game ever.