The smallest Tetris ever

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Ah Tetris, are you not the greatest game ever made?  We’ve seen you played on your fridge, in your bathroom, with real people, with paper, and even via DDR.  It appears in your drinks, and on the side of your building.  It is, the ultimate game.

The real question is, where has Tetris not been?  Well, until recently, that answer has been on a micron level.  Using super highly focused lasers, and microscopic glass beads, students at VU University Amsterdam have constructed what I will call the most elaborate game of Tetris I’ve ever seen.  They even put the soundtrack in, how ace is that?

Now, we need to create an atomic version of Tetris.  Or are regular atoms just that to begin with?

{Engadget | New Scientist}

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