It seems like your typical flash based Tetris game at first but once you start rotating the bricks, you’ll see how harrowing and dizzying an experience it can get. First Person Tetris doesn’t seem to be a branded effort, and the retro effect with the NES, JVC betamax player (or it is a VHS player — I can’t make it out from the chaos) and the Toshiba TV .
The nice touch here is that depending on the direction you’re facing … the arrow keys also adapt to the general direction of the “floor.” It isn’t as hard as it looks to play, but really … the point is to go on for hours without experiencing vertigo.
It never gets old, really. Heck, Tetris is ubiquitous. Do a search and you’ll find so many iterations of Tetris as flash based browser games or multiplatform time killers on your DS, PSP or iPhone .. and nearly every game console ever made.