So apparently "Tetris" is still a thing.
The super-popular video game originated in the 1980s and video game players are still trying to set records. Apparently it's a big deal to clear 40 lines in a certain amount of time and there are people who have dedicated hundreds of hours to doing so.
I know, this video sounds completely pointless (and it kind of is) but the speed with which Keroco, the gamer, plays "Tetris" is incredible. I can't track a single piece as they fly perfectly in to place.
The crazy thing? This video was all captured in real-time, meaning someone's brain actually works that quickly.
It's certainly entertaining to watch, even if video games aren't your thing.
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