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Nick Reed
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Re: State of the Art (Seventies edition): Build your own Pong TV games
With these historical games, it's always interesting to hear about people that still have them knocking about somewhere in their homes even now, but I always wonder if they're simply gathering dust. I have a hard time imagining anyone deciding "Hey, let's plug in Pong and have a game!" any more...
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Re: State of the Art (Seventies edition): Build your own Pong TV games
I doubt Pong has HDMI output...
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Re: State of the Art (Seventies edition): Build your own Pong TV games
I tried to build one in highschool in the 90s, but my soldering skills were simply not good enough. I am sure I could do it now so I may build one now since it would just be cool. Thanks for the link.

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I do own a couple pong machines. If I ever could get a pong cab I would. Not because it is a good game now, but I love the odd design.
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