"Pong" is one of the earliest and most iconic video games, first released by Atari in 1972.
It is a simple two-player game where each player controls a paddle that moves up and down on one side of the screen.
The objective of the game is to use the paddle to hit a ball back and forth across the screen, with the goal of making the ball pass the opponent's paddle and score a point.
The game has simple graphics and sounds, with the ball bouncing off the paddles and walls with a distinct "beep" sound.
The game speed increases as players score points, making it more challenging to keep up with the ball.
Pong quickly became a sensation and helped to popularize video games.
It was adapted for various home consoles and computer systems, and many modern games have drawn inspiration from Pong's gameplay mechanics.
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