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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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Windows (1996)

Michael P. Welch's DX-Ball is essentially an improvement over the classic Amiga game Megaball by Ed and Al Mackey. It...

Windows (1999)

DX-Ball 2 is based on Michael P. Welch's DX-Ball, in turn based on Megaball by the Mackey brothers. Gameplay uses...

Earth Vs Moon iPhone Front Cover

iPhone (2009)

Earth Vs Moon is an arcade shooter game that combines elements from Missile Command, Space Invaders and Galaxian.In this game...

DOS (1989)

Egawalls is a two-player breakout clone with 48 stages. The two-paddle simultaneous gameplay allows for one player to concentrate on...

DOS (1995)

Electranoid is an Arkanoid-style arcade game which features the same basic gameplay as its inspiration, with additional enemies thrown in....

Arcade (1974)

Elimination!, better known by its Atari name Quadrapong, is the third official Pong game. Like Pong Doubles, up to 4...

Commodore 64 (1990)

Exploding Wall is inspired by the arcade game Arkanoid where you control a bat at the bottom of the screen,...

EyeToy: Play PlayStation 2 Front Cover

PlayStation 2 (2003)

Eye Toy: Play is a set of games for your Eye Toy camera. 12 games are included, each one unique....

Family Games II: Junkfood Jive CD-i Front Cover

CD-i (1995)

Family Games II: Junkfood Jive is a sequel to Family Games I. This compilation of mini games comes with 5...

Fireball Atari 2600 Front Cover

Atari 2600 (1982)

Fireball is an arcade action game similar to Breakout. You are a juggler, and you need to keep multiple fireballs...

FizzBall Linux Front Cover

Linux (2006), Windows (2006) and Macintosh (2006)

FizzBall was obviously inspired by Breakout/Arkanoid, and the cult hit Katamari Damacy. In the game you bounce a small bubble...

Linux (2007), Windows (2007) and Macintosh (2007)

This is a compilation that contains the games: Professor Fizzwizzle The Amazing Brain Train! Professor Fizzwizzle and the Molten Mystery...

FlingSmash Wii Front Cover

Wii (2010)

FlingSmash is comparable to Wii Play, in that it is a title published by Nintendo to show off a bundled...

Linux (2008) and Windows (2008)

FlipOut is a Breakout variant developed for the 2008 Assembly summer convention. The classic concept of bouncing a ball towards...

Apple II (1988)

A Breakout variant which plays very similarly to its immediate inspiration, Arkanoid, in case the name didn't tip you off....

Windows (2007) and Browser (2007)

flywrenchpong is a simple Pong variant, incorporating the movement mechanics from Flywrench, and Flap-Ping by the same developer.In games of...

Four Second Fury Browser Front Cover

Browser (2006)

Four Second Fury is, similar to the WarioWare series, a collection of 20 micro games. Each game lasts four seconds...

FunPack 3D Windows Front Cover

Windows (1998)

This follow-up to the FunPack contains 3-D adaptations of four of the games from that earlier product. While the originals...

Game Center CX: 3-chōme no Arino Nintendo 3DS Front Cover

Nintendo 3DS (2014)

3-chōme no Arino is the third game based on the popular Japanese television show Game Center CX (a.k.a. Retro Game...

Arcade (1978)

Namco's first independently designed video arcade game, Gee Bee combines gameplay elements of pinball and Breakout. There are two paddles,...

Amiga (1998)

Get Out is a top-down Breakout clone with highly polished graphics. The gameplay is orthodox, with the only addition being...

Arcade (1991)

A magical/horror-themed ball-and-paddle game in the vein of Arkanoid/Breakout, based around the idea of defeating an evil magician and his...

Macintosh (1990)

Gnop! is a variant of Pong that is most notable for being the first game developed by Bungie Software. The...

CD-i (1997)

Golden Oldies II is a sequel to Golden Oldies I. Like the previous title it is a collection of two...

DOS (1994)

G-stones III is a shareware game Breakout variant. The game area consists of an arrangement of bricks at the top...

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