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Pong: The Next Level
Box artwork for Pong: The Next Level.
Developer(s) Hasbro Interactive
Publisher(s) Hasbro Interactive
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Tennis
System(s) Game Boy Color, PlayStation
Mode(s) Single player
Rating(s)
ESRB: ESRB E.png Everyone
Preceded by Pong
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Pong: The Next Level is a remake of the game Pong.

Game Boy Color[edit]

The Game Boy version supports four variations of Pong. In all variations, you need to score at least 11 points and lead by 2 points to win a match.

It also includes a Tournament Mode, proceeds through all four games before delaring the player a winner.

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Classic PONG
Follows the standard rules of Pong. A button to move faster.
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Jungle PONG
The center sometimes spins, causing the ball to speedup or slow down. In addition, powerups occasionally appear on the board.
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Arctic PONG
Two penguins wander up and down, deflecting the ball and sometimes releasing an additional one if they are hit. Powerups appear on the board randomly.
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Soccer PONG
A second paddle is just infront of the net, and you must get the ball in the net to score. Powerups randomly appear.

There are two powerups. One tilts your paddle, and the second allows you to catch the ball. Use B button to switch to the straight paddle while a power up is active.