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Classical Game Pong Reinvented and Recreated in Paddletronic Duel

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Posted September 11, 2012 by Paolo Nikko in News
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Classical  games have always been a staple game during the early 80’s and early 90’s and one of the first retro game’s that has been popular way back then is Pong. It is also the first arcade video game in 1972 that was published by Atari. And since then, numerous remakes have been created with Pong that span from the Playstation version and now it’s coming back in the Android platform.

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Developed by Bursting Brain Studios, Paddletronic Duel is Pong with steroids that brings a lot of neat new features to the table. While the gameplay still remains the same, there are a lot of new paddles to choose from and some specialized actions that players can do like the Ninja Paddle that lets you throw shuriken to stress your opponent. Aside from the different paddles, obstacles are also present in the game and it involves spinning your ball whenever you make contact making it even more challengin to score on your opponent.

Paddletronic Duel, can be enjoyed both in single player or multiplayer mode. If you choose to play offline, then you’ll have to deal with computer controlled AI. But the real enjoyment comes in battling it out in multiplayer mode with your friends that doesn’t even require another phone. Instead, playing with two players will split the screen by default, so if you have a high resolution phone then you’ll never have any problems.

For Pong fans out there, Paddletronic Duel is the closest thing you can get. You can get a copy of Paddletronic Duel absolutely free on the Google Play Store. Check out the video below to see the game in action.


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Paolo Nikko
Paolo Nikko

A graduate of Computer Engineering, Paolo is an Android enthusiast and spends most of his time programming and playing games. He is synonymous for the word customization, as he is curios for everything that surrounds him.