Record-breaking Victory: Player Achieves Ultimate NES Tetris Triumph

Tetris is timeless, enduring changes and remakes over the years. Now, for the first time since its release 34 years ago, a 13-year-old boy has “beaten” the NES version of Tetris. Instead of completing the game, he played so perfectly that he caused a kill screen due to overflow error. This is not the first time it’s been achieved, as an AI program called StackRabbit accomplished this in 2021.

“But hey, we got there eventually” – Mat Smith

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