Tetris Genius clears level on Grand Master

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Tetris Crazyness

Man, oh man. I don't know how many times I've played this game on the original NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) and just gave up. My own father was much better at this game than me. LOLOL. I love puzzle games and Tetris, but overall I suck at them besides a select few i.e., Puzzle Fighter, Puyo Puyo, etc.

This clip will straight up put to you shame for a number of reasons.

1.) Grand Master - you already know it's hard enough playing the game at a difficult level. That is the start of the challenge.

2.) Speed - the level moves so quickly, and he guides the block combinations so quick, it's almost as if he's just being nonchalant about dropping them down!

3.) No mistakes - I've seen not one mistake made by this guy, and I'm just in awe of how control he does his thing. Why does he have this much control? Why does he place everything in the proper place.

4.) Timing - everything is timed out so well like he has a built in formula. What looks like a typical stack on stack is more or less a well placed set up for a long term break down to finish the level!

5.) How quick the level is completed - at this rate a person would easily be susceptible for losing the round. He finished in less than 5 mins!!! The fast paced action came to an abrupt halt when he finished the stage 0_o.

Man, if you wanna take a look at some freakish fast paced action, this is the spot for you. Check out the video below!! Oh yes, make sure you check out my site at Playstation 3 Game Console Review for more cool antics and fun clips. You can start by checking my post at Free Holiday Games to get some cool online games for free download! Enjoy!!!

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Garrett Mickley 4 years ago from Jupiter, Florida

I just watched that video...I don't understand how that's possible.


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shin_rocka04 4 years ago from Maryland Author

Same here. I completely geeked out when I saw it. I've seen pretty astounding Tetris players at a Japanese culture convention called Otakon, but not to this level.

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