Clever designs are one thing, but jack-o-lanterns that go above and beyond the call of duty are what really make Halloween awesome. So Nathan Pryor’s awkwardly dubbed Pumpktris, which lets you actually play Tetris, is just about the best way to deck out your front porch on October 31.
A grid of 128 LEDs embedded inside the pumpkin shine through an intricate lattice of holes on the front, and playing a game of tetrominos is accomplished using the pumpkin’s own stem as a joystick. It’s the perfect way to distract kids from the embarrassingly small Snickers bars you’re handing out. [Haha Bird via Neatorama]