Introducing Arab Spring Tetris

If you’d like, you can see Arab Spring Tetris as a commentary on how multiple moving parts need to line up in order to wipe away the dictators of years past. Or you can see it as a brilliant way to procrastinate on a dreary Monday. Whatever you choose, enjoy this addictive creation, courtesy of ...

If you'd like, you can see Arab Spring Tetris as a commentary on how multiple moving parts need to line up in order to wipe away the dictators of years past. Or you can see it as a brilliant way to procrastinate on a dreary Monday. Whatever you choose, enjoy this addictive creation, courtesy of Håkon Dreyer and Karl Sharro.

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If you’d like, you can see Arab Spring Tetris as a commentary on how multiple moving parts need to line up in order to wipe away the dictators of years past. Or you can see it as a brilliant way to procrastinate on a dreary Monday. Whatever you choose, enjoy this addictive creation, courtesy of Håkon Dreyer and Karl Sharro.

Dictatoris – The Arab Spring Tetris

Dictatoris
The Arab Spring Tetris
Sorry, game cannot be run
because your browser does
not support <canvas>

Credits:
Background images CC by Denis Bocquet and CC-BY-SA by Courtney Radsch
Dictatoris is a modification of @jakesgordon‘s Javascript Tetris

 

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