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Nov 11, 2010 | 3:57 PM EST

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MTC and Val got jet-packs and a pong ball! Time for some fun!
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Johno made some Jet-Packs and gave 'em to MTC and Val for some fun.

-4 modes to play in, Free Play, Normal, Power, and Dark.
-Difficulty settings for each mode
-Play to 42 points!

I've always wanted to make a Duder pong game. Simple and fun. I find Power Pong the funnest - everytime the ball hits the paddle it gets faster. Enjoy!

Reviews


SporoticusSporoticus

Rated 2 / 5 stars November 11, 2010

Problem with keys

MTC will sometimes lock up to where the he wont move, defeats purpose of game. If you fix this issue it will help out your game.


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TheCriminalDuder responds:

Lock up? Thanks - I'll look into this.


KingGameKingGame

Rated 1 / 5 stars November 11, 2010

wtf???

wtf was this ..if it was a little bether it would still be like this what is now ..pointless



Turn-CoatTurn-Coat

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars November 11, 2010

Not very good, but pretty close

The pong physics are nonexistent.
The ball manages to always bounce off my opponents panel even though he clearly missed.
Is there any real difference between easy and hard mode?
Height of stage is too short for a good pong game; pong is more difficult when your panel is either too small, too slow, or too far away from one side of the screen to be able to get to the other side.
At least give us a way to get back to the main screen so we can select different modes of play.


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TheCriminalDuder responds:

Sorry theres no back button.
It is easier and harder. The AI moves faster in the hard difficulty.
The top and bottom of the sprites count as the paddle - so what ya think is a miss might not be one.


mathew001mathew001

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars November 11, 2010

nice

the ball effect could have some improvement tho :P


TheCriminalDuder responds:

I tried to make the ball trippy originally but it was really hard to keep track of.