To continue the vibe from yesterday’s post where I mentioned a theory on how one can play Tetris forever, I have found this colourful, hand-operated version of the game!
This is not a new concept by any means, yet it is most definitely a very cool idea which allows you to play Tetris, but without any electronics. If you’re familiar with both Tetris and Connect Four, you’ll no doubt love this. Available on Thinkgeek.
U.K residents would possibly have checked out Replay retro-gaming Expo in Blackpool last weekend. The video above will no doubt make you drool, with a gamut of pinball, arcade and console games for display with tournaments (gaming and cosplay) to boot.
For more information on the event, check out replayexpo.com
Here’s more Zelda-themed apparel, but this time it’s more suited to summer. It’s Zelda’s hero Link on the front of the t-shirt, but if you look closely, it’s actually comprised of HTML code! Pretty clever design! Available at Threadless.
Last up for today’s post, did you know that Atari has released Atari’s Greatest Hits for the Android platform? I also reviewed the iOS one coinciding with the iCade in the past. Hopefully this means that there will be more compatibility and support for those arcade joystick peripherals we see around the web including Atari’s own Duo Powered Joystick. Either way this is fantastic news! (Android Marketplace Link)