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Just Buy A Game Boy Already: Analog Tetris

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Analog Tetris is just like the digital version except not as fun. Or portable. Plus lines don't disappear at the bottom when you fill them. It probably shouldn't even be called Tetris.

Video games are present in our lives for diversion, just like TV and computer games. But they are games which limit exercise activity to our retinas, fingers, hands, and brains.CODECO proposes that we take one of the most recognized of these games to the level of exercising muscles as well.

Basically a guy slides tetrad blocks down a ramp at you and it's your job to stack them in a way that allows you to fit a certain number within a predetermined area. If you don't, you lose. If you do, you still lose. Weight. And that's what it's all about.

Hit the jump for a video of the action (skip to 1:00 to get past the filler).

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Analog Tetris Game: A Great Way to Lose Weight [walyou]

Thanks to PhilRules, who really does. Except at Analog Tetris (dude has like zero physical-spacial coordination).

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