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2Pong

2Pong is a pong clone. However, there is one visible difference from the regular pong--it is played with two balls instead of one. Network support is also available.

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  •  11 May 2005 15:48

    Release Notes: This version was rewritten from scratch. It is much faster, and uses fewer resources. Windows support was added. The network game should now work. A few power-ups were added, which should make the game a bit more interesting.

    •  15 Jul 2003 23:06

      Release Notes: 'Time' mode is now 'Harder' level in the regular mode. A new Kickups mode and 'bullet time' were added (See NOTES file for instructions). Ball-ball collision (hardly realistic) was added, and graphics have been revamped.

      •  08 Jul 2003 18:03

        Release Notes: This release adds initial network support for "1 vs 1" games. See the NOTES file for instructions. The graphics have been revamped. Keyboard support has been added. There are miscellaneous bugfixes, tweaks, and additions.

        •  05 Jul 2003 21:05

          Release Notes: A "2 vs 2" mode was added, where you play with a computer-controlled player against two computer controlled players. A full screen mode was added, and can be toggled with 'F'. The mouse is now trapped within the window during play. Mouse support was added to the menu. Miscellaneous bugfixes and additions were made.

          •  02 Jul 2003 12:07

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            11 May 2005 09:42 frankdenis

            Another Pong
            Another Pong-like variant for Linux can be downloaded from here:

            ftp://ftp.00f.net/ping/

            There are between 1 and 100 balls, plus other bonus like lazers, big and tiny balls, carebears, glue, etc.

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