romain jerome tetris dna

If you were born in the 60s or 70s and are now in your 40s or 50s, this is a game, or rather an obsession, which you’ll remember fondly: Tetris®, the world famous puzzle video game designed in 1984, involved moving 7 types of blocks, or Tetriminos, and stacking them to form rows. The cult game has now been immortalised on a dial adorned with grey bricks; the black brushed gaming “screen” featuring stationary Tetriminos is made of tinted aluminium and engraved with “Clou de Paris”. The two large openwork luminescent hour and minute hands in the heart of the dial are brought to life by the self-winding RJ001-A calibre which provides a 42-hour power reserve. The movement is nestled in the 46mm black PVD-coated titanium case with integrated lugs. There are 84 of the limited edition Tetris-DNA available. Price: 15,555 CHF