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How to Play a Giant Game of Tetris With 18 iPads!

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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ijUZpUC5l4&feature=player_detailpage"]What to do with 18 iPads ? by iP Stand - YouTube[/ame]​

    Check out this cool video featured on MacTrast of a giant (and very expensive!) game of Tetris played out with 18 iPads! According to the YouTube blurb on the video, it was created by a French company called iP Stand, which rents out iPads and creates iPad apps. The video, entitled “What to do with 18 iPads?†was recorded in stop-motion, and features the original sounds from the original Gameboy game. It’s a clever video, and it would be really interesting to see an actual behind-the-scenes “making of the video†video just so that we could see exactly how they did it. As you might expect, what started out as a cool promo idea for a company has now gone viral, with over 37, 635 hits. I like Cult of Mac’s comment on the whole thing though, which says that iP Stand should have used 24 iPads, not 18, so that they could have pulled a “true Tetris†of four rows cleared at once!

    Source: Got 18 iPads? Love Games? Why Not Play iPad Tetris?! | MacTrast
    via Cult of Mac
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    A nice video, beyond imaginations. I think it is a great work by the craters of that tetris game with the help of 18 laptops.

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