Tetris Light

Since its release from Soviet Russia in the early 80’s, Tetris has become firmly entrenched as one of the greatest computer games of all time. The symmetry, the strategy, the flashing, coloured bricks; frankly, it has everything a discerning gamer could possibly wish for.
Flash your retro credentials, and brighten up that minimalist apartment with this official Tetris Light that lets you redesign your desk lamp whenever you like. Simply connect one of the bricks to the mains and then as each new brick is placed into position they will light up through some kind of magical, pre-war 8-bit Russian science.*  Plus, during the day you can play a very short game of Tetris, although we’re almost certain that you won’t be able to form a perfect cube using every part. *Electricity is not really magical, and strictly speaking, not Russian either.

(vía Firebox.com)

Tetris Light

Since its release from Soviet Russia in the early 80’s, Tetris has become firmly entrenched as one of the greatest computer games of all time. The symmetry, the strategy, the flashing, coloured bricks; frankly, it has everything a discerning gamer could possibly wish for.

Flash your retro credentials, and brighten up that minimalist apartment with this official Tetris Light that lets you redesign your desk lamp whenever you like. Simply connect one of the bricks to the mains and then as each new brick is placed into position they will light up through some kind of magical, pre-war 8-bit Russian science.*

Plus, during the day you can play a very short game of Tetris, although we’re almost certain that you won’t be able to form a perfect cube using every part.

*Electricity is not really magical, and strictly speaking, not Russian either.

(vía Firebox.com)

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