We hope that any Tetris Syndrome sufferers kept well away from Philadelphia on the weekend, else they'd have come face to face with a Godzilla-size version of the block-dropping puzzler.
The super-sized game was played out on a 29-floor skyscraper in Philadelphia, displayed using hundreds of LED lights as players controlled the fate of each tetrimino with a joystick.
The organisers hoped it would make people ponder on the potential of technology. For us, it just confirmed that a lot of people suck at Tetris.
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