Business cards seem to be a dime a dozen, merely handed out for business contact or the occasional free lunch from a fishbowl drawing. However, Kevin Bates has created one that’s so much more.

He’s introduced the “Arduboy,” an interactive digital business card that offers nine hours of play time with the classic game Tetris, using controls that are built into the card.

The card is made from a number of simple, easy components, including a Barebones Arduino, an OLED screen and a Piezo Speaker.

Though the card does requite some assembly, Bates is putting together a kit for interested parties. He plans to launch a KickStarter sometime in the next few weeks to get manufacturing off the ground.

You can view the “Arduboy” in action below.