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Life Size 'Analog Tetris' Brings Back Memories of Original Tetris

By: Kayla Colanardi - Published: • References: codeco.org & incrediblethings
When the original Game Boy first launched, one of the most popular games was Tetris. To this day, lots of people still enjoy the classic game. Now, with Analog Tetris, fans of the original game can enjoy a life size version of the game.

The rules of Analog Tetris are essentially the same as the original, but instead of clearing lines, you want to get all the pieces together before it reaches the yellow line near the top. So if you have too many holes or spaces open, you are going to lose the game.

The Tetris pieces are fed to gamers at random by dealers behind the gaming device. They slide down and the gamer needs to place the piece ideally before the next one slides down.

This half piece of art, half playable game is definitely something unique, mixing something retro and modernizing it. The only things missing are the sound effects you hear after clearing a line like in the original Tetris. Stats for Real-Life Classic Arcade Games Trending: Older & Chilly
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