I often wonder if children in the 70s knew that they were playing history when they fired up their Atari to play Pong. Brad Slattery has updated the classic game, and while it won't go down in video game history, Digital Pong is still pretty awesome in its own right.
Digital Pong has four controller knobs and is played on a tablet about the size of a large picture frame. Digital Pong has five balls in play instead of one, which means that sometimes things can get slightly out of hand. The action is displayed on 900 LED lights powered by four AA batteries. If you're a child of the 70s wishing to relieve your past, be sure to check out Digital Pong in action in the video here.
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