tetrys - 𝌶 Tetris as Progressive Web Application

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Tetris as Progressive Web Application (currently still in active development). I am currently searching for a designer to partner me! Please get in touch with me, if you're interested in collaboration.

https://github.com/morkro/tetrys#readme
https://github.com/morkro/tetrys

Dependencies:

autoprefixer : ^6.3.7
babel : ^6.5.2
babel-core : ^6.11.4
babel-plugin-lodash : ^3.2.4
babel-preset-latest : ^6.14.0
babelify : ^7.3.0
browserify : ^13.0.1
cross-env : ^3.1.3
cssnano : ^3.7.3
debug : ^2.2.0
envify : ^3.4.1
express : ^4.14.0
fontfaceobserver : ^2.0.4
fs-promise : ^0.5.0
lodash : ^4.13.1
mkdirp : ^0.5.1
node-sass : ^3.8.0
node-watch : ^0.4.0
nunjucks : ^2.4.2
postcss : ^5.1.0
redux : ^3.5.2
rimraf : ^2.5.2
tap-spec : ^4.1.1
tape : ^4.6.0

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