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    Default By Request Atari 2600 PONG 2-D

    A work in progress

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    Definitely needs to be black and white!


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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalpress
    Definitely needs to be black and white!

    Just flip the B&W switch on the unit. :P

    But looks good. It's based off of Activision Tennis isn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalpress
    Definitely needs to be black and white!

    Man Joe!! You're tough!!!

    Ask and you shall recieve.



    This is the final build of the hack. Anything else would be actual coding. There is a little jitter but that is inherent in the original code(The original sprite flipping left to right). A nice effect of the color change is the shadow of the ball gives the table a glossy effect. Can't see it in the screenshot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaine23
    Quote Originally Posted by digitalpress
    Definitely needs to be black and white!

    Just flip the B&W switch on the unit. :P

    But looks good. It's based off of Activision Tennis isn't it?
    Yes. It is a hack of Tennis. Original idea by Joe.
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    I don't think I've EVER played so much Atari 2600. You're getting a little TOO good at this, my friend!

    Nice job!

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    Would that be emulation or the real thing? What a coolc art to possibly own...
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