Japanese game show Brain Wall, which began in 2006, is affectionately called human Tetris by most non-Japanese speakers. Startlingly, the game is just what it sounds like. Contestants must form themselves into the shapes of Tetris blocks in order to successfully squeeze past the approaching wall that contains obscurely shaped holes, or risk falling backward into a pool of water. Serious gamers team up to attempt to maneuver past the most ridiculous of shapes: the number four, a small child or a large hand. Very rarely do they make it through successfully. Brain Wall shamefully proves again that there's something hilariously satisfying about watching people fall down.
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