There's a new NES Tetris 'rolling' technique that's faster than hypertapping

Get your fingers ready for a new way to play an old classic.

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After more than 30 years, there’s been a new button-pressing development in the world of NES Tetris and it’s taking the community by storm.

The “rolling” technique of button tapping is different to hypertapping because:

  • It’s faster
  • Saves you pressing buttons at inhuman speeds
  • Lets you use regular controllers and your regular hands

Stream the video below and watch a follow-up video taking a deeper dive into the rolling technique.

(via Kottke.org)