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[Pong]

Games Flash ActionScript Date: Apr 2004

Pong Technologies used: ActionScript 2

A simple pong game for 2 players. The score is shown next to each player.

Run Pong
Controls:
Red player: The mouse
Green player: The arrow keys


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