way way back.
The problem is if it is Pong, it takes quite a bit of computer power to emulate it correctly. Also who wants to play Pong with a Mouse, instead of a paddle?
Where I work, different departments have been installing those big touch screen monitors (60, 70 inch types) in the meeting rooms. All I want to do with them is play Pong. I always suggest it would make a great team building activity.
Used to watch a Pong demo in the Sears of a long extinct shopping center. Long time ago.
Pong was OK, but Space Invaders really rocked!! Gee, I had forgotten those days…..the memories are starting to flow. Could be nostalgia week. It’s a pity but Roy is too young to remember the basic “pin-ball” machine.
My first video game. Paid a hundred bucks for it. Tried to sell it at a garage sale a few years back and nobody wanted it. Now it’s in a Fort Bend County landfill, I think. Shoulda kept it.
Who’s birthday is it?
Don’t forget commander Keene!
I love Pong!
I just realized – HAPPYBIRTHDAYSCOTT
Sorry I got distracted. HAPPY BIRTHDAY SCOTT!!!
To play, you can go here: http://www.ponggame.org/
John Zakour and Scott Roberts