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We all know the students at MIT love a good hack, but what's better than playing a game while doing it? Last night, a team took over the side of MIT's Green Building and turned it into a giant, playable, multi-color Tetris game.

Home of the Institutes Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Science, the Green Building lends itself as an ideal grid for the game. According to the IHTFP Hack Gallery, MIT hackers have long considered Tetris on the Green Building to be the Holy Grail of hacks.

The game started off by scrolling the word Tetris, and as the players moved on, the levels became progressively harder. The second level kicked off with more pale colors, while the third involved the colors shifting on-screen. Once someone lost the game, all of the blocks would fall to the bottom of the building. Just check out the cleverness for yourself.

Comment by Blitz on April 26, 2012, 12:14 pm
Next task. Attach powerful lasers to satellites, and project a 2P match where one player plays on the Pacific ocean, and the other plays on the Atlantic ocean.
Comment by ohitsstef on April 22, 2012, 3:00 pm
lolol ^
Comment by t0x on April 22, 2012, 2:58 pm
and not a single line was cleared that day.

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