PONG 4K - A wicked Amiga CD32 Pong stye game now as a boxed edition

In the 1970's Bushnell and another guy called Alcorn released a Pong prototype at a local bar named Andy Capp's Tavern, yet it wasn't until 1975 and through a long history that Pong actually appeared in our homes, and on my very own Atari 2600. Thankfully others see Pong as a truely great game for its time and still loved to this day, as next month (June), Cobe, Koyot1222 and Goatmare will be releasing a boxed CD32 edition of their previous release as PoNG4K; a multiplayer Pong that's more than just a clone!

Thanks to another heads up by Saberman, we have been told this game which came third place in the GameDev competition at RetroKomp event in Gdansk, and released as a digital download back in October 2018. Will be re-released as a new version of a big boxed edition in June of this year and feature all the best bits we've come to enjoy in the digital download as well as added extras for a boxed edition. The boxed edition will include a game CD (Bootable on a CD32), colour printed manual, DVD box with colour cover, a 7x10cm sticker and a coloured poster in A3 format, all priced at 9,00 EUR + Shipping.

Features :

  •  real full screen 320x267 pixels
  •  animated CDXL intro in HAM-6 mode
  •  possibility to play up to four players simultaneously
  •  three different game modes
  •  in-game music in the form of AudioCD
  •  dynamic stereo sound effects panning
  •  parallax scrolling

Links :1) Source  2) Old Version Download

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