We've featured pretty much every other but of Tetris-related merchandise on the market, so we think these Tetris cookie cutters at Urban Outfitters are a pretty good fit too.
Interior design meets vintage gaming, producing this Tetris Light, which is now available at Firebox.
Though they don't say it by name, it's easy to recognise what has inspired these Block notes from Suck UK: with their interlocking shapes, you can have hours of fun rearranging them as though you were playing a game of Tetris.
Fun, certainly, but also possibly useful – the long strips can be used for marking pages, the square ones scribbling longer notes. In fact, with all the blocks together, you can over 100 sheets worth of sticky notes. The number of different arrangements that can be made using one pack of the note pads is less obvious…
A set of the notes costs £7.50.
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These Game Over cup and saucer sets – from newly opened webstore The TeaShed - offer a fresh take on some of your favourite retro gaming icons.
At first glance, they look like delicate white porcelain cup and saucers – albeit with a bright pattern. Peer a bit closer and you'll realise the patterns come straight out of your favourite games. The Space Invaders cup and saucer is pictured but there's also designs that use the motifs of Tetris, Pac Man and, slightly more up-to-date, Snake. Each design is available in either a blue or red colour scheme.
A fresh look at a favourite theme, a cup and saucer will set you back £15.
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