It’s been over 45 years (!) since Pong debuted. At this point, you wouldn't have a hard time finding someone who grew up playing it. But they probably haven’t played it like this.
Look, it’s 2016. A cereal bar, pet grooming station, nap pod, and ping pong hovel aren’t enough to get a young programmer’s guts boiling. You need something unique. You need a flip d
Mobile gaming has by far made the greatest impact on -- and effected the most change overall in -- the gaming industry. From a dollars and cents perspective, mobile gaming revenue is projected to surp
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/picture-1-620x412.png" /></a><a href="http://www.gizmowatch.com/entry/virtual-pong-playing-robot-is-brilliant-for-real-world/">This robot
Finally something I’d like to build! This homemade Pong watch by John Maushammer includes full plans for creating this mini Pong game that tells the time by “losing.” Too bad my hand
It is claimed that this wireless multiplayer Pong game for the iPod Touch was coded in about an hour by a single person. via Asiajin
Just watch and try not to smile.
Sure it’s nearly the size of a Gameboy, but this homemade Pong watch is pretty pimp. It appears to just play with itself endlessly, but I imagine it could be somewhat entrancing when you should