Implications - It's just a shame that you can't actually play this life-sized game of Tetris for real. It would be a totally different experience to maneuver blocks on a canvas of this magnitude -- especially if you are used to a tiny GameBoy screen. Just cue up the iconic Russian music from the original game, and you'd be well on your way to reliving an essential part of vintage gaming culture.
Video Games in the Real World
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Real Life Tetris
By: Jeremy Gutsche - Published: Jul 28, 2006 Updated: Apr 27 2011 • References: popgadget.net
We've seen a number of video games brought into the real world as art. Real Life Tetris, shown here, was created using crates on a giant wall in Melbourne. The art was created by "Sam. Jerome, Ed and Gab."