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    Watch Fans Mark The 30th Anniversary Of "Tetris" By Playing It On A Skyscraper

    And it still wouldn't give them a long one when they needed it.

    Hundreds of fans went to Philadelphia's Cira Centre to play the game.


    The 29-story skyscraper has hundreds of LED lights embedded in its glass facade.

    It meant the screen was around 100,000 square feet.


    It was the brainchild of Frank Lee, a game designer and associate professor of digital media at Drexel University, who wanted to mark the game's thirtieth anniversary in a special way.

    He described it as "a love letter" to the game: and the fans certainly seemed to agree.

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