The first game invented that represents in some dimensions, table tennis.
The drinking game of choice in most Greek basements. Requires a plywood table, a pair of paddles, a ping pong ball and at least four cups of liquid beverages. Serves and returns must be lobbed, and it's bad form to boot too soon; there are several varieties involving different formations and numbers of drinks. The most common include two cup, shrub and tree.
a duplicate trackback ping
a very good game that is easy to play, and quick to download
Phong's favorite game one must play to earn his knowledge. RB: 1
This is the reply of a node that receives a "ping" request from newly connected computers on the network. The pong lists the host's IP address, network port, and the number of files available for sharing and their combined size.
Ralph Baer, Father of the Videogame, created what became Magnavox's Odyssey “ping-pong”, which became the impetus for Atari's “Pong”, the first arcade videogame.
PONG was the world's first successful video game. Released by the Atari corporation in 1972, PONG was simply an electronic adaptation of the highly competitive sport of table tennis. However, from these humble beginnings spawned a multi-billion dollar industry which brings wholesome entertainment to millions of devoted gamers from Tokyo to Toledo.
The grand daddy of all video games. A simple 2 player game that spawned a whole new industry with Nintendo, Sony and Sega currently the market leaders.
PONG is a video game released originally as an arcade coin-op by Atari Inc. on November 29 1972. PONG is based on the sport of table tennis, and named after the sound generated by the circuitry when the ball is hit. Atari's PONG is spelled in capital letters and is a registered trademark of Atari Interactive, while the spelling Pong is used to describe the entire genre of "bat and ball" video games.