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Platform Votes Score
Amstrad CPC Awaiting 5 votes...
Arcade Awaiting 5 votes...
Commodore 64 5 3.1
MSX 6 3.9
NES Awaiting 5 votes...
Wii Awaiting 5 votes...
Wii U Awaiting 5 votes...
ZX Spectrum 5 3.4
Combined User Score 16 3.5

Critic Reviews

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ZX SpectrumCrash! (Mar, 1986)
I loaded Ping Pong and immediately thought a Commodore 64 was attached... the sound on the game is brilliant, amazing — it defies all adjectives. Excellent drum beats, cool synth techniques: Wow! The game itself is very original and kept me compelled for ages. Imagine seem to be taking the software market by storm this year, I just hope they can keep it up! The table tennis table is well laid out in true 3D fashion and the game includes lots of nice features — apart from the usual definable keys there’s a most exciting two player option and five levels of difficulty. Imagine seem to push the Spectrum to its limits with every game they bring out, goodness only knows what they’re going to put on the 128K! I would recommend any arcade freak to buy Ping Pong at what is a very cheap price for a game of this quality on the Spectrum — and if you like adventures just buy it and dance to that groovy beat...
Commodore 64Computer and Video Games (CVG) (Feb, 1990)
Fast bat 'n' ball action for one or two players, Ping Pong makes for addictive sporting excitement on the little screen - a lot better than watching the snooker!
Amstrad CPCComputer and Video Games (CVG) (Feb, 1990)
Absolutely no difference between this and the C64 Ping Pong. Buy it - it's brill.
ZX SpectrumComputer and Video Games (CVG) (Feb, 1990)
Apart from the lose of colour, this Spectrum version is as good as the C64 game - if you're a fan, don't hesitate in saying 'this one please' to the shopkeeper.
ZX SpectrumYour Sinclair (Jun, 1986)
But if you persevere and learn the basic skills, you can get yourself embroiled in some sweaty situations requiring a pretty whippy wrist action. I wish you well - it's a smashing game.
Commodore 64ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) (May, 1986)
Insgesamt gesehen ist zwar ein „Plagiat“ des recht alten TENNIS-Spieles nicht zu verleugnen. Dennoch hat IMAGINE ein Spiel geschaffen, welches durchaus seine Freunde finden wird. Bei mir jedenfalls ließ die Spielmotivation nach dem ersten Sieg gegen den Computer merklich nach.
Commodore 64Zzap! (Jun, 1986)
After playing Ping Pong on the Amstrad and Spectrum I expected great things of the 64 version, but unfortunately it isn't anything special. There is a lack of variety in shots and it seemed to make little difference whether a shot was played early or late. This makes the game rather dull to play. The graphics are OK, but I would have expected a jolly title screen tune or something, as the Spectrum version had an amazing little ditty. If you're a table tennis nut then I suppose this is a good buy, but there are better games than this.