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It is an alarm clock that is coupled with the classical game Tetris Worlds. The timing principle of it is as follows: One box of Tetris represents 5 seconds, Score on the left side of the screen stands for Minute, and Level on the right is for Hour. One box drops on the screen for each five seconds. After the group of first twenty boxes fall to the end, one line of construction will fade away, at which point Score will increase by 1. When Score reaches 60, Level will increase by 1 and Score will turn from 59 into 0. Starting from this point, this above timing process will repeat regularly according to the rules of a general procedure.
Jingwen Yu，Mingming Wang, Kunpeng Wang，Jian Chen，Xiumin Lin，Hanchao Li，Yang Li，Lingyan Xie，Yuan Gao，Peinv Xu，Yiyun Xu ，Pan Wang