Cully is a YouTube user that has created an awesome Tetris video that doubles as a tricky game of i-spy. The video was made just like the original game, but instead of still color blocks, he uses moving images. Cully claims that the Tetris video was really fun to make, but also quite time consuming.
Cully's YouTube site turns his Tetris video into a game of i-spy by asking users to see if they can find items within the moving blocks. It may sound like a simple enough task, but I assure you it's not! Items that can be found include a blue iPhone case, SpongeBob Squarepants and a Nintendo Gamecube controller. Cully also gives some tips on what he has learned while making the video in case others would like to try it out themselves.
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