Someone Is Actually Making A Tetris Movie

Posted by Bob Muir on Oct 1, 2014 in Cinema, Videogames


As Hollywood runs out of viable properties to remake, reboot, and sequelize the past, it has expanded to brands that don’t even really have stories. Perhaps spurred by the ludicrous existence of the Battleship movie, Threshold Entertainment has announced that they are producing a Tetris movie in conjunction with The Tetris Company. The movie will be live-action, described as “a very big, epic sci-fi movie” by Threshold CEO Larry Kasanoff. Kasanoff has adapted videogames in the past; he produced the cheesy Mortal Kombat and Mortal Kombat: Annihilation. Meanwhile, Threshold is most notable for Foodfight!, an ugly CGI monstrosity where the product placement are the characters. Read more…



Someone Made a Tetris Printer Algorithm – And It’s Amazing

Posted by Ben Huber on Jun 7, 2013 in Videogames


Don’t ever say that math didn’t do anything for you. Michael Birken has made a seriously impressive algorithm that uses Tetris blocks to “print” a pixel image. It detects which piece it needs next and dispenses them in an order so that it creates row by row of the correctly-colored blocks. Eventually, this lines up to form pixel art or a sprite. In the example above: Link! Check out the sped-up video below in which he shows off the algorithm building several iconic pixel images from video games… with a video game. Amazing stuff! Also check out his explanation of the whole process here! Read more…



The Mystery of Tetris Solved

Posted by Michael Pinto on Nov 26, 2009 in Hobbies and Collections, Videogames

Airdrop T-Shirt by Glennz Tees

This Airdrop T-Shirt by Glennz Tees answers the age old question: Where the hell do those damn blocks keep coming from? Of course like any good NASA mission a question always raises another question — and in this case that question is “…and why?”

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