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Pong
Pong - logo
The game's logo.
Details
Released 1972 (Original)
Platforms GameExpo Classic
GameExpo II
GameExpo III
Quadratum
NeXT
NeXT Ubique
Medius
Fun Machine
Super Player
Genre Sports game
Mode Multiplayer (1 vs. 1)
Singleplayer (Vs. CPU)
Input Vertical stick
Pong is a video game created in 1972 by Allan Alcorn, and is one of the earliest examples of arcade video games. Because it is the simplest game to port, T-Games Consoles usually have, at least, one version of this game released for them. GameEx usually port the game over to their consoles for testing reasons.

Most PONG Games have no real score-tracking implementation for Consoles in LBP, however some of them include score givers.

GameplayEdit

Pong - FM

Pong as it appears built into the Fun Machine.

Pong is a two-dimensional sports game that simulates table tennis. The player controls an in-game paddle by moving it vertically across the left side of the screen, and can compete against either a computer-controlled opponent or another player controlling a second paddle on the opposing side. Players use the paddles to hit a ball back and forth. The aim is for a player to earn more points than the opponent; points are earned when one fails to hit the ball.

VariationsEdit

Pong is also known to have several variations, which can be classified as a bat-and-ball genre game.

Quad-PongEdit


Quad-Pong
Details
Released 1974 (Original)
Platforms GameExpo III
NeXT Ubique
Fun Machine
Genre Sports game
Mode Multiplayer (2P, 3P, 4P)
Singleplayer

Quad-Pong is a Quadrapong clone in which the premise is the same, but with four paddles. It is available in 1P, 2P, 3P, and 4P modes and has been released on the NeXT Ubique, GameExpo III, and Fun Machine.

Pong TrainingEdit


Pong Training
Details
Released 2013
Platforms NeXT Ubique
Genre Sports game
Mode Single-player

Pong Training is an exclusive game for the NeXT Ubique in which the ball has a faster speed, the paddle is smaller/slower, and a second paddle has been removed.

3D PongEdit


3D Pong
Details
Released 2015
Platforms Super Player
Genre Sports game
Mode Multiplayer (2P)

3D Pong is an exclusive game for the Super Player in which another dimension is added to all aspects of gameplay. The paddles are square and move around the entire screen in the front\back layers, and the ball moves not only up and down\left and right but back and forth as well. The paddles are colored and the front one made semitransparent to increase visibility.

BreakoutEdit

Main article: Breakout Breakout is a game published by Atari that was based on the idea of a one-player Pong.

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