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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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Amiga (1988)

Swiss developed Arkanoid style game, with a prehistoric theme. Play is for one or two players simultaneously (including a battle-mode),...

Crackout NES Front Cover

NES (1986)

In the year 30XX, the mankind has exhausted all the metal resources on the Earth, so they had to travel...

Crack-Up Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1989), Atari 8-bit (1989), ZX Spectrum (1989), Amstrad CPC (1989), BBC Micro (1989) and Electron (1989)

Crack-Up is a Breakout clone where moving your bat at the bottom of the screen you have to bounce a...

DOS (1994) and Windows (1995)

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

The Crossing Browser Front Cover

Browser (2007)

The game's premise is minimalist, but its presentation is lush to make up for it: deer attempt to jump over...

Amiga (1988)

One of the Amiga's many Arkanoid clones, Crystal Hammer is perhaps best remembered by its intro tune, which has been...

Windows (2000)

This Breakout variant is a sequel to Dionakra and Rapanui. Player controls the same refuge shuttle of galactic dustbin man...

Supervision (1992)

Crystball is a Breakout clone in the tradition of Arkanoid. The player controls a paddle at the bottom of the...

Browser (2002)

Curveball takes the arcade classic Pong to the third dimension.Two players hit a ball at each other with the goal...

Arcade (1979)

Cutie Q is the second sequel to Gee Bee after Bomb Bee which appeared just a few months earlier. Like...

Commodore PET/CBM (1980)

Debris is a simple action game in which the player must prevent a wall from being destroyed in a sort-of...

Commodore 64 (1987) and Commodore 16, Plus/4 (1987)

Demolition is inspired by the arcade game Breakout where you control a bat to remove all the bricks on the...

Amiga (1987)

Detonator is a Breakout variant with 50 levels. The player controls a paddle at the bottom of the screen which...

Devilish Genesis Front Cover

Genesis (1992) and Game Gear (1991)

Genki's first game is a paddle/pong game with a background story. Once upon a time there were a prince and...

Devilish Nintendo DS Front Cover

Nintendo DS (2005)

Devilish is a remake of the original game of the same name. Control two paddles together to move the ball...

Diamonds 3D Windows 3.x Front Cover

Windows 3.x (1996) and Macintosh (1995)

A 3D Breakout variant. The bricks are in a "well", and the paddle is a transparent rectangle. (So you can...

Amiga (1992)

Dirty Rackets is a game of the shareware scene, which is a remodelled (and expanded) version of the classic Atari...

Disney's The Lion King: 3 Games Windows Front Cover

Windows (2002)

Disney's The Lion King: 3 Games is a compilation of three games: Disney's Timon & Pumbaa's Jungle Games Disney's The...

Windows (2007)

The Divorce is a classic game of Pong, inspired by Rod Humble's The Marriage where the rules of the game...

ZX80 (1981) and ZX81 (1981)

Double Breakout is a Breakout variant. What sets it apart from the original arcade game is that it's played horizontally...

Game Boy Color (1998)

Dragon Dance is a Breakout variant with power ups similar to Arkanoid. Like in those games the objective is to...

DOS (1986)

Long ago in a far away land, the Princes Gwen was captured and imprisoned in a castle. Your goal is...

Drop Off Wii Front Cover

TurboGrafx-16 (1990) and Wii (2007)

Drop Off is similar to Breakout, in that the player controls a paddle which can move left and right, hitting...

Atari ST (1987)

Dr. Zock is a one player break-out game. You start the game with three balls and you get an extra...

Windows (1996)

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

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