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It might seem like this player is being reckless by choosing to focus on the Tetris game built into Counter-Strike. But they’re still paying attention to what’s going on around them — so much so that this player actually nabs the game-winning kill.
Video: The more I learn about Mousecraft, the more excited I get Sony recently wrote a new blog post about the cute-looking mashup of Lemmings and Tetris that gives some details about the game’s protagonist and token cat scientist named Schrödinger. Get it? The game comes out July 8 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, PC, Mac and Linux.
Letris? Uh… sure. But the good people over at indie studio Crunching Koalas seem like they have a better idea with this painfully adorable-looking new game MouseCraft. Check out the new trailer above.
I’ve gotten flak in the past for being overly glib with my use of the word “shred”, but I’d say there’s enough finger-tapping and cello-sawing going on in this video to qualify.
Drexel University professor Frank Lee took over the side of the 29-story Cira Centre in Philadelphia last year to play a gigantic game of Pong, setting the Guinness World Record for the “Largest Architectural Video Game Display.” Last night he doubled the record with a massive game of Tetris.
Artist Michael Johansson has a series of pieces he calls Tetris. At first glance they look to be just orderly piles of stuff, but look closer.