In Philadelphia, USA, one of the world’s best loved and longest standing computer games, Tetris, played out in supersize, using the side of a 29 floor sky scraper as its canvas.
This is the second World’s biggest game project from digital mastermind Frank Lee who is a Digital Media Professor at Drexel University, after he created something similar last year with the game Pong. This version of Tetris was to mark its 30th year in the market. He is quoted as feeling like his projects unite (or tessellate, perhaps?) the city of Philadelphia. Whatever the purpose, I now have that incessant song stuck in my head, and am probably going to download the game onto my phone later. Don’t tell me media doesn’t work.