Re: Can you tell me more about... 1. You wouldn't understand unless you've seen the looping in WORLD 4-4 and 7-4 of the original Super Mario Bros. 1990. Third grade class trip to COSI. Two kids had their original "brick" sized Game Boy systems. I asked to play Super Mario Land because it was familiar to me, having owned an NES for about half a year. I played a few games, but the amount of map segment reuse in that game was so flagrant it made me think I was playing something like World 4-4. And then somebody else started playing that Game Pak, which left me with Tetris. I think I got 4 lines in each of the first couple games. Then I rented NES Tetris (Nintendo's version; Tengen's had already been pulled), and I was hooked. Decades later, I still suck. I can barely break 40 lines in 60 seconds on Lockjaw. 2. I don't play a lot of Tetris anymore, what with having been employed for a year. I occasionally play Lockjaw and KGM, and I played quite a few games once to make a video that hasn't got flagged yet. 3. For about six months (January to June 2007) it was Animal Crossing for GameCube and DS. I "beat" both (paid off mortgage and got my character's house looking the way I wanted it). Before that it was Katamari. Now it's Brawl. I have Mario Kart Wii, but I haven't opened it because I still haven't "beaten" Brawl yet; besides, there appears to be some sort of licensing issue with Mario Kart. 4. You could try Tetripz by Mute Fantasies, if you can get it going, just to see how bad a game's controls can be. It had some innovative ideas, which I copied (sans control issues) for TOD.