Ping Alternatives

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Ping

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Ping is a 2D, Free to play, Arcade, Fast-paced, Single and Multiplayer video game created and published by Carlos Rolindez. It is an enjoyable pong game that allows the player to control his paddle and prove himself as best in the world… read more
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Android

Ping Alternatives & Similar Games for Mac OS

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1. Pong Pong

Pong Pong is a 2D, Sports, Arcade, Single and Multiplayer video game by Gman8r. The game is available to play on multiple platforms such as Android, iOS and Microsoft Windows etc. It offers similar gameplay just like the other Pong games in which the aim is to control a game paddle and reach eleven points before the opponent. The player is able to move paddle vertically across the left or right side of the screen to hit the ball back and forth. The point is earned when one fails to return the ball to the other. It supports both single and multiplayer mode. In single-player mode the player play against the computer opponent with different difficulties and the multiplayer mode allows the player to play against his friends to test his skills. Pong Pong features simple controls, great mechanics and enjoyable gameplay.

More About Ping

Ping is a 2D, Free to play, Arcade, Fast-paced, Single and Multiplayer video game created and published by Carlos Rolindez. It is an enjoyable pong game that allows the player to control his paddle and prove himself as best in the world. In this game, the player is able to move his paddle up and down to hit the ball and earn points. There are different difficulties of levels available in the game and in each level, the aim of the player is same hit ball to compete his opponent. Ping allows the player to connect two different devices by Bluetooth and enjoy the multiplayer experience with his friend. The game includes core features such as excellent game setting, ball customization, and upgrades etc. With smooth control and brilliant 2D visual details. Ping is an enjoyable game for all the ages.

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