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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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...

Arcade (1974)

Astrohockey is a Pong variant with four different game modes: The basic mode has two players bounce the ball around...

Atari Masterpieces Vol. I N-Gage Front Cover

N-Gage (2005)

Atari Masterpieces Vol. I is a collection of twelve emulated Atari games. The eight arcade games are: Asteroids Battlezone Black...

N-Gage (2006)

Atari Masterpieces Vol. II is a collection of twelve emulated Atari games. The eight arcade games are: Asteroids Deluxe Centipede...

Commodore 64 (1985)

In the year 2040 all major sports have been replaced by the exciting Atomic Handball. In this year handball has...

Arcade (1975)

Aztec is a Pong variant for two or four players in a cocktail table. Players bounce the ball around with...

Atari 2600 (1982)

This was a double-ended cartridge that contained Bachelorette Party on one end and Burning Desire on the other.Bachelorette Party was...

Windows (2004)

Bad Dreams is perhaps the first horror-themed Breakout clone. You bounce a ball using a paddle and try to smash...

Arcade (1996)

Bal Cube is an Arkanoid-style game with a twist. Instead of controlling the paddle, you control the ball, which in...

Acorn 32-bit (1990)

Ballarena is a Breakout variant and as such the player's objective is to clear out all the blocks (which here...

Commodore 64 (1988)

Ball-Blasta is a Breakout variant. The player controls a paddle which is stuck on the bottom of the screen and...

Ball Breaker ZX Spectrum Front Cover

ZX Spectrum (1987) and Amstrad CPC (1987)

Ball Breaker is Breakout variant. The player controls a paddle which is fixed on the right side of the screen...

Ball Breaker 3D Windows Front Cover

Windows (2002)

Ball Breaker 3D is a Breakout variant. You have your paddle, from which you start (and later bounces) the ball...

ZX Spectrum (1988) and Amstrad CPC (1988)

Ball Breaker II is a Breakout variant. This means the player controls a paddle, fixed on the right side of...

Dragon 32/64 (1988)

The Alien Bongo Beast leader, in his quest to wipe out everything honest, decent and generally nice, has constructed a...

Amiga (1987)

To become a member of the Warrior Guild, you must complete 25 levels of Ball Raider in the year 2488....

Amiga (1988)

Unashamed Breakout/Arkanoid clone. Use your bat to deflect the ball into the coloured bricks. Some bricks hide bonuses, which yield...

Ballz: Farm Windows Front Cover

Windows (2018)

DOS (1989)

Bananoid is a freeware Arkanoid-clone, which runs on a tweaked VGA mode the author likes to call "360x240 MCGA". It...

Amiga (1988), Atari ST (1988) and MSX (1988)

The only way to break into a well-stocked bank is to head underground, and smash your way through layer after...

DOS (1995)

Bap is a freeware Breakout-style game. The player moves a paddle across the bottom of the screen. This deflects a...

Barkanoid II Linux Front Cover

Linux (2004), Windows (2004) and Macintosh (2004)

As the title already suggests, Barkanoid II is a clone of the Arkanoid series and the successor of Barkanoid. It...

Odyssey (1972)

One of the six add-on games for the Magnavox Odyssey released in 1972. It works with game card #3 originally...

Odyssey (1973)

One of the four 1973 add-on games for the Odyssey, Basketball is a rather realistic portrayal of the sport. It...

Arcade (1974)

Basketball is a pong variant in which two players play basketball against each other. The ball bounces on the screen...

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