Tetromino ice cube tray

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$10 from Thinkgeek.

It’s tempting to buy a few, then set up an aluminum sheet at an angle and actually try playing Tetris by sliding them down. As a completed line will not vanish automatically, a sense of accomplishment could be had by making the tetrominoes out of certain beverages and eating them instead.

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5 Responses to Tetromino ice cube tray

  1. teleny says:

    I can hardly wait for the Pentomino version!

  2. Anonymous says:

    “a completed line will not vanish automatically”

    They will, but rather slowly, so long as the temperature’s above freezing.

    So will uncompleted lines, but that’s a mere technicality.

  3. ben says:

    Such wasted space in the tray! Haven’t they ever played Tetris?

  4. SamF says:

    Tetris jello shots!

  5. Garr says:

    Why is the picture a 3D render?

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