Man spends £40k and 4 years making world’s most unplayable game of Tetris


The ‘Megaprocessor’ is, essentially, a 10 meter by 2 metre game of Tetris that has cost its creator, James Newman £40,000 and taken four years, so far.


OK, this is geekery at its finest, but have you seen the size of that thing? Oh, you haven’t yet. It’s AN ENTIRE ROOM.  It also looks virtually unplayable, or he’s awful, or both.

Can’t help but notice the lack of a wedding ring in the demo video either, though perhaps he’d just taken it off for the shoot.

Nonetheless, it is an achievement.