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DescriptionIf you've been playing video games for more than a few years, you've probably at least heard the name "Pong" before. Atari's Pong is the first video game in history to truly become commercially successful. Pong is a simple game using analog circuitry and black and white graphics. It is a tennis simulation. The court is a black screen, the two sides separated by a dotted white line going down the middle. You control a paddle represented by a white line. One paddle is on each side of the screen, player one on the left, and player two on the right. Each players' scores are displayed above their paddles.
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- "Tele-Games: Pong" -- Sears dedicated console release
- "Snoopy Pong" -- Unreleased free-to-play version
- "Puppy Pong" -- 1974 free-to-play version
- "Pong In-A-Barrel" -- 1973 barrel-shaped cabinet
- "Dr. Pong" -- 1974 free-to-play version found in waiting rooms
- "Barrel-Pong" -- Australian barrel-shaped cabinet
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|The game that revolutionized the amusement industry||Arcade||Katakis | カタキス (41574)|
|All Game Guide||Arcade||1998||100|
|The Atari Times||Arcade||Apr 28, 2002||100 out of 100||100|
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1001 Video GamesPong appears in the book 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die by General Editor Tony Mott.
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