This is a simple tetris game in
THINGS TO TRY
Play with the keyboard keys:
"Esc" key starts a new game,
"Left" arrow key moves the object left,
"Right" arrow key" moves the object right,
"Up" arrow key rotates the object anti-clockwise
"Down" arrow keys rotates the object clockwise
"Space" key moves the object down.
To play the game, the manipulate box must have the keyboard focus.
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