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Old West Pong

A clone of one of the modes in Super Pong 95

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There was this old game for Windows 95 called Super Pong 95. It had six game modes, ranging from classic to four-paddle...and Old West pong. In this game, paddles can fire bullets which can hit an opponent's paddle and freeze them for a second. In addition, if the ball hits a bullet, it ricochets and speeds up. Definitely one of the most fun variants of Pong out there.

Includes source code in Blitz BASIC.

Extract the zip file and run the executable. Windows-only.

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BASIC

Registered

2012-07-29

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