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Morph Costume Co. launches official Tetris™ costumes for the UK
Costume specialist licenses rights to official Tetris™ fancy dress costumes.
The new costume company, Morph Costume Co. has announced the launch of a new range of Tetris™ costumes based on the Tetris® game which is one of the most addictive and recognizable games in gaming history. Having secured the UK and Eire rights to producing and selling Tetris costumes, Morph Costume Co. has developed a range of ‘pop up’ costumes that take less than 30 seconds to prepare and provide a light and durable outfit that ‘is guaranteed to make you the life of the party’.
Sara McCraight, brand manager at Morph Costume Co. commented:
“The Tetris brand is a legendary brand that has a place in the heart of millions worldwide, so we are very excited to have secured the rights for Tetris costumes. Whether you’re going on your own, or as a series of the iconic Tetrimino blocks with your friends, these costumes are bound to make you life of the party.”
“The U.K. will be the first to experience these officially licensed Tetris costumes,” added McCraight. “And it’s a sign of things to come at Morph Costume Co. as we pursue the coolest and most impactful licenses available.”
The lightweight costumes are made with pop-up technology, meaning they fold down into a convenient carry bag, and instantly pop up into their full shape when opened. The costume comes in five varieties, matching the Tetris® blocks (or Tetriminos, as they are officially known to Tetris game fans) and are available here, for £39.95 each, and with £5 off each costume when you buy a set.
The idea for the costumes came from Morph Costume Co.’s popular Facebook community, where fans post images of costumes and parties, often customising outfits or designing their own. The popularity of homemade Tetris outfits is what convinced the company to seek out an official license to produce higher quality, lightweight and durable versions.