Video of the Week: MIT Tetris Hack


Whether you’re a man, woman or child, everybody loves Tetris. It has steadily woven itself into society’s DNA and is certainly mighty handy come packing time. If you don’t like the block-breaker however, well then you probably don’t have a soul.

Yet no matter how big of a fan you might think you are, it seems as though the The Massachusetts Institute of Technology have you beat. Yes, that’s because on April 20th, the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Science building was hacked by a bunch MIT of students ready to get their Tetris fix on one of the largest screens around – 21 stories to be exact.

Thankfully, one individual recorded these antics, thus providing us with this week’s Video of the Week. Whether you’re a fan of multi-coloured bricks, or just enjoy some good old fashioned tomfoolery, you’re bound to get a kick out of this absolutely ridiculous and incredibly respectable endeavour.

Now if only they knew how to play…

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