GameBoy Color : Pong Details
Sure, Pong may not seem like a lot today--two paddles batting a ball back and forth within a box--but it's actually more than 40 years of video game history in the palm of your hands. Willy Higinbotham created an abstract tennis game with an old oscilloscope and some vacuum tubes way back in 1958. Now, decades later, the concept that once required a university mainframe computer and probably enough electricity to smelt aluminum is now small enough to fit in your handheld.
What's more, Pong has been updated for the Game Boy Color with Pong: The Next Level. Not only can you select different balls and paddles, but you can play Pong variants jungle, soccer, and Arctic. If you're aching to play a friend, you can connect to another copy of the game through the separately sold game-link cable.
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