A Philadelphia skyscraper was recently turned into a video game screen to help set a new Guinness world record.

Drexel University professor Frank Lee played a supersized version of the classic Atari video game Pong on the side of the Cira Centre last spring. The feat has now gained him new notoriety because the Guinness World Record committee has deemed it an official world record for the largest architectural video game display, The Associated Press reported.

Gaming enthusiasts from all over the U.S. gathered last April to watch hundreds of embedded LED lights shine on the building, essentially creating a 60,000-square-foot screen. The joystick used to play the game was located about a mile away.

Weirdest Guinness world records

POSTED: 12:13 PM AKDT Aug 14, 2013    UPDATED: 09:52 AM AKDT Apr 11, 2014 

Most Guinness world records are fairly standard, but others are nothing short of wacky. Take a look at some of the weirdest world records.

Guinness Book of World Records 2013
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Most Guinness world records are fairly standard, but others are nothing short of wacky.