20 seconds of Tetris madness

August 30, 2013

The player here is a Japanese player who goes by “Keroco,” and he or she achieved 40 lines in 19.68 seconds. That’s the first time that someone has broken the 20-second barrier, and it’s astonishing, to say the least. (A few years back, 40 seconds was considered a great time.) Tetris champion Ben Mullen wrote of the feat, “Let me humbly submit that this may be the greatest achievement in the history of gaming. … This won’t make national news. But to be honest, it should.”

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