tetris

"If I had a wife she'd probably have left me by now."
Why make one movie about blocks when you can make THREE?!
Video games. A time-honored way to put off homework, spend time with friends, and rewire our brains.
We wondered just what are the most prolific video game franchises ever? We're not just looking at actual sales, but sheer number of titles released. It's pretty amazing how addicted we've become to certain characters and concepts, as the following list attests.
The creators of "Playing History: Slave Trade" removed a level Monday which featured black slave characters being dropped into a ship.
All that time spent on your Game Boy might actually have been worth something.
And who should they cast as the stars of the film? We figured that out for them, too. The movie does not have a cast or director
Well, good thing Niko Schatz has come up with an innovative way to take the stress out of the game. Watch the video above
I couldn't help but feel wistful when I heard that today is the 30th anniversary of the release of Tetris. Even though I have not played the game in about 25 years, it got me thinking about why Tetris became (and remains) so popular to begin with and also how, in some ways, it's the ultimate gaming embodiment of the entrepreneurial spirit.
Ryan's experiments only assessed the short-term effects of video games and the potential for minor acts of aggression after