Tête à Tetris

Just when you thought there was no innovation left in the world of arm wrestling, someone comes up with a variation where the object isn’t even smashing your opponent’s hand to the table. Instead, you try to keep enough control of your own arm to press a lever that operates your Tetris board, while preventing your partner from doing the same. A separate button lets you perform the ever-critical piece rotation. A solitaire version could be interesting for gamers with fine-motor dexterity impairments, like those of us with injuries from…well, playing too much Tetris.


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