Rock Band Cranks Out The Tetris Theme While Standing Atop A Building

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.

Here's How To Play Tetris And Asteroids On Lab Equipment

Reddit user IAmAHiggsBoson stumbled onto a little easter egg on his oscilloscope: apparently if you press the right series of buttons, you can play Tetris instead of measuring voltages, or doing some other kind of boring “actual work”.

Watch Tetris Being Played On The Side Of A 29-Story Building

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.

Man Plays Tetris In Real Life, With A Bunch Of Real Stuff

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.

Business Card Plays Tetris. Never Be Unemployed Again.

Lots of people have business cards, but most cards are unfortunately kind of forgettable. Not this business card, though — this one is more likely to be a time sink, thanks to the playable Tetris it features.

Tetris Reborn As A Chewy Japanese Gummy Snack

New puzzle game Puyo Puyo Tetris doesn’t only turn Tetris blocks into anime characters. It also turns them into gummies.

Puyo Puyo Tetris Blends Two Classics Into One Awesome Game

I love Tetris. It’s one of the rare games I have played off and on for the past 20 years. But, I’d be lying if I said I didn’t think it could use a little extra something to mix it up from time to time. And sure enough, mixing it with fellow puzzle classic Puyo Puyo (Puyo Pop in the West) makes for an exceedingly fun puzzler.

The Evolution Of The Tetris Song From 1987 To Today

When you think of Tetris, you no doubt hear a song bouncing around your head. This song, known by many as “Type-A” or simply “The Tetris Song”, is an arrangement of 1860s Russian folk tune Korobeiniki. And over the years since it appeared in Tetris, it’s gotten a new remix in nearly every Tetris game.

Watch As Two Classic Puzzle Games Collide In Puyo Puyo Tetris

Everyone loves Tetris, but it hasn’t really changed all that much from its original incarnation. Puyo Puyo (Puyo Pop), while not as famous outside of Japan, is equally fun yet has also changed very little over the years. But when these two puzzle classics collide, it makes for one new addictively fun game.

Playing Tetris Can Help You Stop Drinking, Smoking And Eating

Whatever your poison happens to be, it seems like playing Tetris can totally help you avoid partaking in it.