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Tetris Magnets Let You Have Some Fun on Your Fridge

by Hazel Chua

I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of Tetris. I used to play it on our old Nintendo console, but I’ve only recently rediscovered it when I saw it on the Google Play store.

Now, the classic game is jumping off of the screens of gaming consoles and tablets because now you can piece together Tetris pieces on your fridge with these officially-licensed Tetris magnets.

Tetris Fridge MagnetsThis isn’t the first time someone used the classic game to come up with an actual physical thing. Remember those Tetris cushions we showed you a couple of months ago?.. and the Tetris bookshelves?.. and the Tetris lamp?.. and the Tetris computer?.. and Analog Tetris?

Of course, none of the lines will clear off your fridge once you complete the entire row, but you could always just knock the magnets off by using a kitchen towel or oven mitt or something.


The Tetris magnets are available on Amazon for just $9.99(USD) for a pack of 49 – 7 each of 7 shapes. Black refrigerator recommended.

[via 7Gadgets]

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