Peek at the Tetris God at work

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13 Responses to “Peek at the Tetris God at work”

  1. Anonymous says:

    If they didn’t screw up the color scheme, they could be infringing on someone’s IP, oh no!

  2. nixiebunny says:

    So that explains it. I was wondering.

  3. nemryn says:

    This is why you leave the empty column along the side of the stack, not right in the middle.

  4. parvomagnus says:

    The mortal’s hubris, of course, was to dismiss the oracle who normally predicts the next piece. Fool!

  5. Alpha Omicron says:

    That sequence of tetraminoes is impossible in modern, licensed Tetris games. Additionally, the colour scheme is wrong.

  6. siliconsunset says:

    Just peek at it.

  7. zikman says:

    man that guy was creepy

  8. Tweeker says:

    In Soviet Russia unlicensed Tetris plays you!

  9. Anonymous says:

    dang… based on the entry in my RSS feed, I was hoping this article would be video of some crazy-awesome tetris player on a 97-hour run of tetrads.

  10. BearsAssaultedByBasil says:

    Tetris may seem like it hates you, but it doesn’t really. Bastard Tetris http://fph.altervista.org/prog/bastet.html on the other hand actually hates you. It sorts the blocks in order of usefulness and then gives you the worst one.

  11. cyberscythe says:

    As a Tetris aficionado, it’s painful to hear the S-tetramino referred to as “reverse squiggily”. Otherwise, amusing.

  12. Felix Mitchell says:

    love it, these college humour guys are often better than what’s on tv

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