Giant Tetris!

In among dribbling, screaming for more junk food and generally being a pain in the backside, we can’t Tetris as one of the joys of being a child in the technological age. Not only did it mean you had a Gameboy (and therefore cool as), it meant you got to shuffle little blocks around on screen, while Russian music beeped in the background. Ah, but how to recreate such childish glee in this cold, hard adult world?

We think Madrid has the answer. They’ve set up a massive version of the game called Lummo Blocks as a public art project in the city's Plaza de Las Letras, so beardy irony specialists get to have a little bit of their childhood back. Take a look at how it works in the video below – it’s pretty cool.

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