Paddle / Pong
DescriptionDenotes 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.
U.S. Gold's Amiga Gold Hits compilation contains the following 4 games: Bionic Commando Jinks Leader Board Rolling Thunder
As the name might indicate, Amiganoid is a Arkanoid variant made for the Amiga. It follows the gameplay of the...
Angry Face is a simple Pong clone for up to two players using the same keyboard. There's a blue and...
Another VIC in the Wall is a simple Breakout variant. The player uses a paddle at the bottom of the...
Apple II (1979)
The third major iteration of an operating system for the Apple II, this version began replacing Steve Wozniak's bundled Integer...
Apple II (1977)
When the first fully-assembled Apple II systems began shipping in June 1977, a single tape cassette was included, containing demonstration...
Aquanoid is a straight Breakout variant. The player controls a paddle which is positioned at the bottom of the screen...
Aquanoid 2 is the successor of Aquanoid Gold. As the name implies, the game is located in an underwater world...
Like most typical Breakout variants, Araknoid draws inspiration mainly from Taito's Arkanoid. You control a paddle at the bottom of...
Windows 3.x (1995)
Arcade Mania contains three separate games: Neutrino: This is a Breakout variant - by using a paddle, the player holds...
Arcanoid is a freeware Breakout game, so you have to clear a level filled with different colored bricks with the...
aReaker Water can be best described as a mixture between a Breakout game and a Pinball game.Like usual, you have...
DOS (1988), Amiga (1987), NES (1986), Atari ST (1986), Commodore 64 (1987), Apple II (1988), Atari 8-bit (1987), ZX Spectrum (1987), Apple IIgs (1988), MSX (1987), Amstrad CPC (1987), TRS-80 CoCo (1989), Macintosh (1988), BBC Micro (1987), PC-88 (1986), PC-98 (1987), Thomson TO (1987), Arcade (1986) and Thomson MO (1987)
The original Breakout concept involves controlling a bat at the bottom of the screen and using it to catch and...
Arkanoid 2000 is a Breakout game, so you are in control over a paddle, and with that paddle you control...
Arkanoid 4000 is a Breakout game. So your job is to use your paddle and bounce the ball so that...
A sequel to the arcade game Arkanoid. Use your paddle to move the ball around and hit bricks to clear...
Nintendo DS (2007)
The latest version of Taito's classic game: Arkanoid. It features the classic gameplay of the previous games, the player controls...
Xbox 360 (2009)
Arkanoid Live! is a modern update of the classic ball bouncing game from the eighties. Player steer a paddle (called...
Arkanoid R 2000 is an updated version of Arkanoid Returns featuring 150 new levels, including boss levels. With the original...
DOS (1989), Amiga (1988), NES (1988), Atari ST (1988), Commodore 64 (1988), Apple II (1989), ZX Spectrum (1988), Apple IIgs (1989), MSX (1988), Amstrad CPC (1988), Sharp X68000 (1988) and Arcade (1987)
Revenge of Doh is a direct sequel to the original arcade smash Arkanoid. Along with improved graphic engine, better sound...
Commodore 16, Plus/4 (1988)
Arthur Noid needs a new challenge after getting 10 million on the arcade game Breakin so he has decided to...
Game Boy Advance (2005)
A compilation of the classic arcade games Asteroids, Pong, and Yars' Revenge brought onto the Game Boy Advance.
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- Anime / Manga
- Board / Party Game
- Cards / Tiles
- Cyberpunk / Dark Sci-Fi
- Detective / Mystery
- Game Show
- Historical Battle (specific/exact)
- Interactive Fiction
- Interactive Fiction with Graphics
- Interactive Movie
- Martial Arts
- Meditative / Zen
- Mental training
- Paddle / Pong
- Persistent Universe
- Rhythm / Music
- Sci-Fi / Futuristic
- Spy / Espionage
- Survival Horror
- Video Backdrop
- Visual Novel