…imagine my delight when I reached the end of this terrible desert devoid of Tetris blogging into a veritable wealth of internet-words on the subject.
First up, writing for BBC Future, Tom Stafford suggests that Tetris is addicting because it taps into our human impulse to “tidy up.” Meanwhile, writing for io9, Esther Inglis-Arkell explores how Tetris seeps into the minds of patients suffering from anterograde amnesia.
The Art of Play
Culture Ramp’s Luke Rhodes is back with an eloquent essay on the game and ‘way’ of Go:
The game itself is not an art, but a well-played match becomes