When focusing on the main objectives, Pong - The Next Level is about 30 Mins in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 2 Hours to obtain 100% completion.
In Pong - The Next Level you must take control of your Pong and fight your way through the many challenges of Pong World's 20 levels.
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Pong: The Next Level (known simply as Pong in Europe) is a remake of the 1972 Atari game of the same name developed by Supersonic Software and published by Hasbro Interactive. Pong: The Next Level consists of many levels that are either traditional Pong matches against a computer-controlled opponent in special three-dimensional arenas with special power-ups and environmental gimmicks that affect the way the game is played.
Solo challenges require the player to keep the ball in play and call for precise and skilled moves to win. An example of the former is “Rock and Roll”, where the player must win a Pong match against an opponent on an arena that can tilt or deform, and an example of the latter is “Seal Juggle”, where the player must “juggle” a ball on a slanted iceberg and use a special power-up to launch it high up the slope so that a seal can pick it up.
Matches use the “deuce” rule, in which if both contestants are one point away from winning, the player who takes a two-point lead is declared the winner. Each level has three variations of increasing difficulty: an initial easy variation that awards the player three golden bars, a slightly more difficult one that awards two gold bars and a challenging one that grants one golden bar. Golden bars are used to unlock other levels and advance to new zones.
Players are encouraged to go back and play harder versions of earlier levels if they are unable to get past a newly discovered level. Collecting golden bars will also cause an in-game crystal Atari logo to slowly change to gold. Filling in one of each of the three bars in the logo by completing one particular variation of every level will grant players access to an emulation of the original Pong game, and two other variants.
Pong - The Next Level
North America: December 1999
Morning Star Multimedia
Game Boy Color
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