Central banks can be pretty stodgy, but the European Central Bank is getting into gaming with a Tetris-like game promoting a new
If there's one thing that kids love more than Tetris, it's learning about the security features built into new banknotes.
Thankfully, the folks at the European Central Bank have devised a way to combine both of those pursuits in the form of Tetris New 20 Euro.
The browser-based title is a variation on the block-dropping classic that sees you learn security facts about the new 20 Euro note as a
reward for finishing a level. For instance, did you know that the portrait of Europa (pictured) becomes a transparent hologram if you hold
the note up to the light? Put it this way: with trivia this good, no-one will be able to resist you hitting on them at the club this
To read the complete article, see:
How do you promote a new banknote? With
'Tetris,' of course (www.engadget.com/2015/03/20/european-central-bank-new-euro-tetris/)
Wayne Homren, Editor
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