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Video Olympics
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Remember PONG? It's here! The first game on this cartridge is essentially the original PONG. The rest are various permutations of the game that started off the Atari phenomenon. Includes soccer, volleyball, hockey, and basketball, but it's really just PONG! This is one of the few games that you can play 2 on 2. If you still have a need to relive the '70's, then this is the game for you.
Release date: 31 December 1978
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Complete Atari 2600 Game Library (252 games items)

"Release: 1978 Developer: Atari (Joe Decuir) Published by: Atari Several versions of Arcade Pong (1972) Though it included very basic stick-figure versions of hockey, volleyball, basketball and handball, this release was all about Pong! (and Superpong, and Foozpong, and Quadrapong)"



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