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Power Ping Pong

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rated 2.24 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Sports - Other
Tags:
pong
ping
hockey
tennis

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Uploaded
May 28, 2011 | 2:21 AM EDT

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I'm slowly getting used to using flash to make games. I definitely believe at this point that I am making progress in learning coding; That is pure awesome!

Rules:
The rules to Ping Pong are very simple and chances are you know them by now. However, if you don't we'll fix that for ya! The point of the game is to try to score the target number of points before your opponent does. To do this, you must position your paddle (blue paddle) by using the Direction Arrows on your keyboard to hit the ball. The closer to the edges of the paddle that the ball hits, the more your ball will soar to that side. If you miss the ball and it passes your paddle, the computer gets a point. Likewise, if the computer misses the ball, you'll earn a point. Also, if you continue to rally the ball with your opponent, you'll notice that the ball progressively moves faster and faster, not by much - but to a noticeable extent after rallying for a while. This makes things more amusing as well as you rally a lot. Your score is displayed in the top-right as well as the computer player's score. While your score is higher than the opponents, the ball will match the colour of your paddle (blue). If the computer player is winning, the ball will be their colour (red). If you're tied with the computer, the ball will be silver.

Reviews


BobSpeekFlashBobSpeekFlash

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

atari powered on

well. flash standards colors give a bad impression when used in this way.
the game is classic but you could at least radicalize it!
the computer responds well. but the frames are horrible.


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MeshimalloMeshimallo

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Well

This is... mediocre at best. The flash animation itself is choppy and the objects and shapes are the opposite of impressive. But, with that said, I'll give you a 5 instead of a 3 because of your literacy. Sure, it's not part of the game itself, but knowing that you payed attention in English class makes the game a bit better.


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