It's a beautiful dream, but unfortunately, this is not the case.

As any truly hardcore devotee to the Elorg NES version of Tetris would know, the blocks reach a nearly unmanagable speed with the arrival of Level 19. If you're especially adept at maneuvering those blocks and keeping everything low, it's theoretically possible to hold off for a while. If you're having a good day, you'll see Level 19 change to Level 20, Level 20 fade to 21, and so on.

Fortunately, the speed does not increase with each new level all the way up through Level 28.

Unfortunately, once you hit the elusive Level 29, the blocks fall sub-infinitely fast, and it is physically impossible for the NES user interface to handle moving any block more than a line or two toward either side.

Not even God can beat Tetris.