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Shrink Pong

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Dec 15, 2007 | 8:32 PM EST

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This is just a normal Pong game, but the paddle and ball shrink and grow. It makes this game a lot harder than normal.

Controls
Left arrow move you left
Right arrow moves you right

Tell me if you find any bugs.
EDIT: I know that this game is not that great. This is my first flash on this site. I just started using flash less than a month ago.

Reviews


wizardmanwizardman

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Buggy

IT was fun, and a nice idea. Then I started playing it for a while and noticed the bugs. The ball seems to catch on the paddle sometimes and just bounce in the immediate area, which makes no sense. That really hurts the game, since I lost when that happened to me three times in a row >< Sometimes it catches on the end too, and bounces off the side. That onyl happened once though, it may have just been the way i hit the ball.



l3urntFaceManl3urntFaceMan

Rated 1 / 5 stars

Bad Idea

Glitchy, overdone, boring. Not fun to play.



leftycookleftycook

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

hmm

We didnt need an epileptic cursor whilst playing the game. also, the world moved on from pong games oh, i dont know, about thirty years ago. keep trying.



ChuzcruzzChuzcruzz

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Solid but could be a little more polished.

It's a pretty good Pong game, but the hard difficulty is ridiculous. It's frustrating that the computer's paddle is so much faster than yours.

The ball seems to get stuck on the paddles sometimes, and takes off in a seemingly random direction (which is the only way I was able to score on hard).



Smartstuff19Smartstuff19

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Glitchy cliche

I didn't find it all that great. The last thing people need is another pong. No offense, it's just too simple of a game. The only time I or the computer scored was when there was a glitch and the ball got launched in a random direction, usually behind the paddle.