New Paddle action from the originators of Pong and video-game technology. With "Superpong", one or two players try to coordinate three paddles each, keeping the ball going ovr the net… after it has been served from ANYWHERE on the court, randomly! You never know where the next serve will come from. And, the player actually directs the movement of the ball with his hit, depending on which paddle is used. Free-moving, increasing-speed ball and multiple paddles-per-player all add up to challenge, action, and long-term player interest.
Superpong challenges even experienced "Pong pros" with new enthusias. And, players who have never seen Pong will be as eager to beat their Superpong competitors as the now famous "Pong generation." Pong's proven cash-generating ability is reborn in Superpong – in any of the same original Pong locations. Superpong is a lively, not easily mastered game that takes time (repeat plays!) to master – bringing players back again and again.
Attractive Superpong packaging fits any location… fine restaurants, hotel or reception room lobbies, lounges, game centers, department stores, or anywhere four square feet of floor space can be put to work making money for you!
|Super Pong ist der letzte Vertreter der Pong-Reihe.|
|Konsolenumsetzungen von Atari|
▶ Atari Super Pong (Spielkonsole)
▶ Atari Super Pong Ten (Spielkonsole)
▶ Atari Super Pong Pro-Am (Spielkonsole)
▶ Atari Super Pong Pro-Am Ten (Spielkonsole)
▶ Super Pong (Atari Game Brain)
▶ Tele-Games Super Pong (I) (Spielkonsole)
▶ Tele-Games Super Pong (II) (Spielkonsole)
▶ Tele-Games Super Pong IV (I) (Spielkonsole)
▶ Tele-Games Super Pong IV (II) (Spielkonsole)
|Weitere Titel der Pong-Reihe|
▶ Barrel-Pong (Hunter, 1973)
▶ Dr. Pong (Atari, 1974)
▶ Elimination! (Kee Games, 1973)
▶ Pong (Atari, 1972)
▶ Pong Doubles (Atari, 1973)
▶ Puppy Pong (Atari, 1974)
▶ QuadraPong (Atari, 1974)
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