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    The New Kid
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    Default Good pong game?

    My arcade cabinet has about every game I can think of, except Pong. So of course whenever people see it for the first time they ask if it has Pong.

    I'm having an oddly hard time finding a good Pong game. Does anyone have a recommendation?

    Ideally something that plays passably with joysticks, since my cabinet has a Mortal Kombat control panel.

    I finally got the MAME Pong working, but it's much too fast and hard to play with joysticks.

    I'm using Retroarch and Attract-Mode.
    Last edited by wrybread; October 29th, 2020 at 06:49.

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    Default Re: Good pong game?

    I'm not sure. Does one of them work well for you, and be playable with joysticks?

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    Default Re: Good pong game?

    And I'm not picky for this, any decent Pong game that will run in Linux, that is launchable from commandline and controllable with joysticks, will work.

    I'm just trying to avoid having to tell people that I don't have Pong yet again, ha.

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    Default Re: Good pong game?

    I stoped playing for some time.

    Any pong should work because originally pong was made for joysticks.

    And here info: http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/inde...topic=120079.0

    try mame32 plus! 0.122u1, I've seen it work.

    The controls come up as a single AD stick with an X and Y axis, Y axis is player 1 and X axis is player 2, mame should allow you to map a mouse or spinner to those axises.
    Last edited by pix07; October 29th, 2020 at 07:33.
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