Paddle / Pong

Description

Paddle/Pong games are arcade action games in which the players control one or more paddles which can be used to bounce a ball in various directions. Goals can include scoring goals or destroying bricks inside the playing field.
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ZX Spectrum (2007)

Chicks & Bricks is an adult arcade game inspired by coin-up Breakout. The game features 8 levels, differing only in...

PC-98 (1994)

Chōkōsō Crisis is an example of a hentai Breakout variant. The plot involves a faraway planet sunken in corruption and...

Circle's End iPad Front Cover

iPhone (2017), Android (2017) and iPad (2017)

Classic Arcadia & Baby Arcadia Amiga Front Cover

Amiga (1994)

This game contains 4 games: Muncher, Invasion, Rebound & Galaxy. These games are clones of the famous Pac-man, Space Invaders,...

Arcade (1974)

In Clean Sweep, players control a paddle at the bottom of the screen and hit a ball into a field...

DOS (1991)

The objective of Clearer is to clear the screen. The game starts with a white screen and a bouncing ball....

Commodore 64 (1983), VIC-20 (1982) and Arcade (1978)

Gameplay in Clowns shares some similarities with Breakout, but this time the bricks has been replaced with balloons that you...

Clowns & Balloons Atari 8-bit Front Cover

Atari 8-bit (1982) and TRS-80 CoCo (1982)

Clowns & Balloons is a clone of the 1978 Bally/Midway arcade game CLOWNS, which itself was a clone of the...

Dedicated console (1977)

Using hardwired controllers, two players face off in Nintendo's take on the table tennis genre. The main objective is to...

Color TV-Game 15V Dedicated console Front Cover

Dedicated console (1977)

Using hardwired controllers, two players face off in Nintendo's take on the table tennis genre. The main objective is to...

Dedicated console (1977)

Color TV-Game 6 was the first console to be released by Nintendo. It features full colour graphics and allows users...

Arcade (1972)

Computer Space Ball is considered a two-player spin-off of Computer Space, the first commercially sold video game. In actuality, it...

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...

DOS (1996) and Amiga (1994)

Cybersphere is an arcade game that is fundamentally similar to Breakout and Arkanoid. The player controls a "paddle" that can...

DOS (1998) and Amiga (1995)

Cybersphere Plus is an updated version of Cybersphere featuring completely new, more challenging levels. The core playing mechanics are the...

Wii U (2017)

Daikon Set is a collection of three mini-games influenced by the Atari 2600 and Nintendo Color TV-Game.Chroma Star: a fixed...

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