Tetris Gingerbread House

Tetris Gingerbread House

Meg Blake, John Martin, Peter Martin, and I ported Tetris to the medium of sugar. A full build writeup will soon be a rumbling on John’s new site, rumblings.org.

Update: John’s post is up.

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