Tetris is one of the most popular and ubiquitous video games of all time. No matter how long it’s been since folks played it, the classic puzzle challenge seems to be permanently projected onto people’s brains and eyelids. It turns out that the story of how the megahit game’s creation and dissemination is as captivating as a great Tetris session.
Horror fans who have read Stephen King's massive book "It" or watched the miniseries adaptation from the '90s know that the evil creature at the center of it is one of the scariest monsters of all time. The titular It is a shape-changing entity that takes the form of children's greatest fears, but usually appears as Pennywise the Dancing Clown.
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