Musician Samurai Guitarist created this unusual, but somehow just right cover version of the familiar Russian style theme song from the arcade classic, Tetris. We just wanted to shout Rawhide! at the end.
Rémi Gaillard and his pals dressed up as a set of TETRIS blocks and proceeded to try and fit in wherever they could. They seem to have taken the word “block” too literally, causing traffic jams and other inconveniences along the way.
An impressive dubstep cover of the Tetris theme song played on an Ableton Launchpad controller by SoNevable, complete with bricks zipping across the the device’s light up buttons as his fingers go flying across them.
Michael Birken made a software algorithm that creates pixel art while also being a form of pixel art unto itself. Using a modified version of Tetris, the algorithm draws images while actually playing the game. More here.
Let’s take Halloween out with a grin by enjoying Nathan Pryor’s Pumpktris, a fully playable version of Tetris in a pumpkin, with 128 LEDs for the display and bonus game controller stem. (Thanks James!)
We know what you’re thinking – how can you play Tetris with guns? You don’t. But you still get to play it as if you were the brick in this crazy, dizzying, browser-based game. We still want guns, though.