Paddle / Pong

Description

Denotes any game patterned after the original Pong arcade game, where a paddle is moved back and forth (or up and down) to deflect a ball thrown at it. The ball can be "aimed" by deflecting off of different parts of the paddle to hit targets for points; missing the ball results in loss of life. Examples: Popcorn, Arkanoid, etc.
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Blocus Android Front Cover

Android (2014)

Blocus is a Breakout variant with bright neon graphics. The gameplay builds on the classic formula of controlling a paddle...

Bolo Atari ST Front Cover

Atari ST (1987)

Bolo is a "Breakout" clone with a twist. You have to destroy all the bricks on the screen using your...

DOS (1995) and Macintosh (1995)

This is a remake of the game Bolo for Atari ST. It is a Breakout variant with a twist: Your...

DOS (2010)

Another wall demolition game inspired by Arkanoid, starring a movable paddle whose task is to deflect the always-moving ball and...

Arcade (1979)

Bomb Bee is the first sequel to Gee Bee. Just like the predecessor it's a variant of Breakout with some...

Windows (2002)

Bool is a cross between Breakout with Pool. Three bats encircle a round pool table. The aim is to destroy...

Windows (1999)

Booym is a one or two player Breakout clone. In this version the game screen is divided vertically into two...

Amiga (1996)

Boris Ball is a Breakout variant. The player controls a paddle at the bottom of the screen which can move...

Amiga (1990) and Atari ST (1990)

Botics is a Pong variant set in the future. It is disguised as futuristic sports event in which the player...

DOS (1990)

Move over, Pong, there's a new paddle game in town... and it boasts a whole other dimension! While the basic...

Windows (2003)

BounciBall is a Breakout game. So you have a paddle, a ball and a level full of bricks. Your job...

Commodore PET/CBM (1982)

Break is a Breakout variant. The player controls a paddle at the bottom of the screen and must try to...

Browser (2000)

Break Ball is a 3D take on the arcade game, Breakout. It tasks the player with clearing all the blocks...

Break 'em All Nintendo DS Front Cover

Nintendo DS (2005)

This Breakout clone for the Nintendo DS offers touch screen controls for directing your bat. As well as a traditional...

DOS (1995)

What do you get when you combine a Paddle game like Arkanoid and a 3D Shooter game like Doom? You...

Break In MSX Front Cover

MSX (1987)

As the title implies, this is a game about breaking into banks, as well as a Break-Out clone.Each level is...

DOS (1994) and Macintosh (1993)

Breakline is a Breakout variant. You have a paddle which bounces a ball up and down to break blocks on...

DOS (1995)

Break Machine is a break-out game in 320*400 MODEX Vga. In another dimension the world Brickania exists. The main component...

Breakout Windows Front Cover

Windows (2000), PlayStation (2000) and Macintosh (2001)

In this updated version of Breakout, players take the role of "Bouncer", whose main objective is to rescue both his...

Breakout Atari 2600 Front Cover

Atari 2600 (1978), MSX (1983) and Arcade (1976)

In Breakout, there is a wall of bricks along the top of the screen and your goal is to destroy...

Commodore PET/CBM (1980)

Breakout is a recreation of the original arcade game. In the game the player moves the paddle at the bottom...

ZX80 (1980) and ZX81 (1981)

This is a very basic version of Atari's Breakout. The player controls a paddle at the bottom of the screen...

ZX81 (1982)

Breakout is a clone of the arcade game and has you controlling a bat at the bottom of the screen,...

ZX81 (1981)

Breakout is a clone of the arcade game and has you controlling a bat at the bottom of the screen,...

DOS (1986)

Breakout ! is an early version of the classic brick breaking game.Basically this game is like all the others, the...

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