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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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...

Commodore 64 (1983)

Pinball Spectacular is a single-screen top-view game which is a cross between pinball and Breakout where you control two bats...

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...

Browser (2011)

Play to Befriend a Pokémon! was a Flash game formerly available on Pokémon.com. It was a Pokémon Global Link promotion....

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 (2002)

The last instalment in the Poing series sums up the entire series by combining the latest version of the unorthodox...

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"...

DOS (1995)

Pong is a one or two player, freeware, keyboard controlled implementation of the classic paddle game.The game has five difficulty...

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...

Pongball Champions Browser Front Cover

Browser (2013)

Pongball Champions is a single-player futuristic sports game that combines the mechanics of Pong and Pinball. Set in the year...

Arcade (1973)

A follow-up to the original Pong, Pong Doubles is essentially a four-player version of the original. Two players stand on...

Odyssey 2 (2004)

It took more than 30 years for the Odyssey² to receive its first version of Pong. This release brings 11...

Browser (2012)

Taking as its point of departure PONG, the arcade paddle-and-ball sensation that ushered in the era of video gaming in...

Pong Solitaire Browser Front Cover

Browser (2010)

Pong Solitaire is a joke game from the web comic artist Steve Napierski. It is a mix between Pong and...

Pong: The Next Level Windows Front Cover

Windows (1999), PlayStation (1999), Game Boy Color (1999), PSP (2011), Macintosh (2001), PlayStation 3 (2011) and PS Vita (2012)

After years of game gulping cash left, right and center at the old arcade machine, Pong has returned in an...

Ponx Lynx Front Cover

Lynx (1999)

This is the game Pong brought to the Atari Lynx, but with added options. You can control the difficulty, field...

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