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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 (2000)

MozPong DX is an updated version of MozPong, a game heavily inspired by the classic Breakout, but with its own...

Nervous Brickdown Nintendo DS Front Cover

Nintendo DS (2007)

At its core Nervous Brickdown is a Arkanoid-clone and the first ten levels feature the familiar gameplay of using a...

DOS (1996)

Upset at the injustices rendered upon legions of innocent midgets over the course of Executioners, the first Bloodlust Software game,...

Off the Wall Atari 2600 Front Cover

Atari 2600 (1989)

Off The Wall is an arcade action game with Breakout style gameplay. You control Kung Fu Lu, whose mission is...

Commodore 64 (1987), ZX Spectrum (1987) and Amstrad CPC (1987)

Oink! is based on the British comic magazine of the same name. The chief editor, Uncle Pigg, has a problem:...

DOS (1996)

The top-down view game O-Pong plays exactly like an air hockey game. You control a paddle which you use to...

Browser (2001)

What's better than Dr. Ruth's Game of Good Sex? (A: Just about anything!) How about this game of great sex,...

Genesis (1991)

Paddle Fighter is a digital version of the popular game of air hockey. Two players each control a round paddle,...

Browser (2005)

P Diddy's P-Ball Challenge is a variant of the classic Pong created by the web comic artist Steve Napierski. With...

Windows (2000)

If you can't manage to come up with original ideas for your game, you can at least synthesise lots of...

Windows (2005)

PhatPong 05 tries to bring new life to the old Pong formula by offering four different game modes: Deathmatch An...

Pinball Microvision Front Cover

Microvision (1979)

Pinball is a 'pinball simulation' on the Microvision system. Controls are the same as in Block Buster: players use the...

ZX81 (1985)

Pinbat is a combination of Pinball and Breakout. The player launches a marble from a plunger at the right side...

Ping3D iPad Front Cover

iPhone (2011) and iPad (2011)

Ping3D is inspired by classic Pong, but it extends it into three dimensions and adds physics-based gameplay for a more...

Commodore PET/CBM (1980)

Ping Pong is a Pong variation for two players. Both players can move their paddle up and down using the...

Windows (2006) and Macintosh (2007)

Plasma Pong is a clone of the classic arcade game Pong. What makes it different from the original is the...

BBC Micro (1990) and Electron (1990)

Play It Again Sam 13 is a compilation for the BBC and Electron released by Superior Software. It contains three...

Amiga (1992)

A variation on the basic Breakout theme of having a bat at one end of the screen, using it to...

Amiga (1998)

The sixth installment in the Poing series comes with a levelset entirely about mathematics. Bounce you ball, in a horizontal...

Amiga (1994)

The second edition of the quirky horizontal Breakout clone Poing has (especially as of version 2.1) undergone great improvements, representing...

Commodore PET/CBM (1980)

This Pong variant, like the classic Pong, allows two players to duke it out in ball bouncing competition. Both players...

Amiga (1992)

Pong is a freeware Pong clone for one or two players.This game has four modes of play; practice, tennis, football...

Arcade (1972)

If you've been playing video games for more than a few years, you've probably at least heard the name "Pong"...

Commodore PET/CBM (1982)

Pong! is collection of three Pong-style games: tennis, hockey and squash and features an additional practice mode. All game modes...

Windows (2001)

This a 3d version of pong, one of the oldest computer games. Now you can look from behind the paddle...

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