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Classical Pong

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Here is the classic game of pong.

Two Player Mode
1st Player
W - Move Up
S - Move Down
2nd Player
Up - Move Up
Down - Move Down

Hello everyone.I've run low on ideas for games,so I decided to remake the classic game of pong.It may not be the EXACT thing,but it's pretty cool.

A new domain for TheToon will be here soon,The-Toon.net!It will be up to use around tomorrow or this upcoming week.

Also I will be releasing a few new games soon,patience for the good ^.^


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not bad one

that was a very basic Pong game.... very similar to what was original created more then 25 years ago. it was fun to play though, but very basic.

Fairly basic but nonetheless, a nice game.

I liked how the simple graphics were smooth but maybe next time add some sound effects or music. :)

Not terrible

Now, this is by no means a bad game.
Even when it came out it was a smash hit.
The only problem is, it came out a couple decades ago.
The game can still be mildly fun, but I'm afraid this didn't do much entertaining.
The graphics were new and smoothed out, which could be said to be a plus, but I'd much rather have it that you tried to re-create the older style.
The sound was non exsistant, and even the original 'beep' noises were better.
Don't be discouraged in anyway about making another game, but do put a little more time into it.

Pretty good but...

Try increasing the game speed. it takes a while for the ball to get across the screen. good for a pong game though

Nice game

Nice game, but i think you should add a sound when the ball is bouncing and a on/off button for the people that get annoyed from that sound.
An yeah the problem with the ball...

But anyway it is a great game!
Hope to see more cool games from u.

Credits & Info

1.89 / 5.00

Mar 23, 2007
12:10 AM EDT