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Vice Motherboard reports,


In 1984, entrenched in a dark room somewhere in the Soviet Academy of Sciences, Alexey Pajitnov was ordered to run tests on brand new hardware developed by the Russians. Pajitnov liked to code small puzzle games in order to push the computers' limitations. On one inspired day, drawing from geometric puzzles and tennis, he created a little game called Tetris.

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