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There are specks of inspiration, then, but on the whole Boundish isn't a complete enough concept to justify an entire game. Unlike dotstream, to use the one we've already talked about, Boundish really does feel like a few bits left over; like it ought to be the bonus bit of something else. It may be variations on Pong, but maybe the greater sin is that it's more Greek fantasy than French.
Pocket Magazine / Pockett Videogames
Boundish est un concentré de cinq mini-jeux qui ont pour thème principal les rebonds. Le design et les musiques sont épurés à l’extrême.
The good news is that Boundish is easy to figure out. The bad news? It's Pong. Vintage, Nolan Bushnell Pong, which has the unfortunate property of being really boring compared to today's games. I respect the role it played in game history, but I will be quite content to never play it again as long as I live.
Conclusion: Fancy Pong clones are still Pong. Not worth importing, although better than Digidrive.