Pong 3ds

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Feb 7, 2008

Pong 3ds by FAST6191 at 12:35 PM (1,742 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. FAST6191
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    Pong 3d
    pong: in 3d
    ANTONIOND over at elotrolado.net has released a version of Pong, the twist is that it is now in 3d.



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    Controls:

    Left / Right: Move paddle.

    Touchscreen also moves paddle. Mode 1 (default and available in the options menu) is basic hold and drag while mode 2 is press left or right of the screen to move the paddle.

    A: press to continue after a point is scored.

    Select: Return to menu.

    Start: Pause.

    L: level 2 takes 3d further so L raises the paddle.

    Coming back from sleep mode pauses the action for a second.



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    Thanks to dev-fr.org for the news.
     
  2. Awdofgum

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    woah, this looks really interesting. i'll give it a go
     
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    Very interesting, indeed. WiFi support, http leaderboard and a few custom style options would make this win win win! Hope he keeps workng on it.
     
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    Wow that looks cool! now lets just hope the ATARI doesnt find out! They also stopped the amazingly cool plasma pong (not for ds ;p) :S
     
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    @laminaatplaat if atari went after every pong game their law section would be tied up for years, it is practically the next step after hello world for most new systems (I know of at least 5 other DS versions alone).

    This being said I played it before I posted it and it makes for a great meg to spare type of game.
     
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    This looks cool *tries*
     
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    Wow this looks good. I like.
     

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