Lots of easy pieces.

Tetris on the Game Boy is one of the best multiplayer titles of all time, even if it did exist in a period when wireless local play was the stuff of a madman's dreams. Instead, players would have to connect their consoles using the (easily lost) link cable – and it's this primitive method of connectivity that has allowed a hacker to create the 'perfect' game of Tetris, where only long, straight pieces are dropped in the play zone.

Twitter user stacksmashing / ghidraninja – the same user who hacked the Super Mario Bros. Game & Watch and used the Game Boy to mine Bitcoin – has created a hack that exploits the way the two competing Game Boy consoles 'talk' to one another.

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April 19, 2021 at 04:30AM
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