Tetris beaten for the first time in 34 years
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Story by Dale Arasa with MSN
The classic video game Tetris has been beaten by a teenager after three decades. Willis “Blue Scuti” Gibson was the first to complete this impossible feat. The 13-year-old reached level 157 before hitting the game’s “final kill screen.” The term is fan jargon for the corrupted screen that prevents players from progressing once they reach a specific point.
Blue Scuti’s story shows how determination and willpower can help anyone achieve their goals. People have been trying to push the limits of classic games like Tetris for more than 30 years. However, one determined individual managed to attain where others have failed through sheer grit and skill. What an inspiring way to start the new year!