Projects / QPong


QPong is another clone of the game "pong". It features some nice graphics and is very flexible. You can configure the images, sizes, speeds, and shapes of the pads and balls. Most importantly, it's fun to play.

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Recent releases

  •  19 May 2004 02:38

    Release Notes: An object orientated rewrite was made, which should make it easier to maintain the code and add features. New collision detection was implemented, more FPS were achieved, and angles are now corrected to max_angle gradually rather than immediately. A start screen and a screen that show the scores at the end were added. Sound was added. The config files were split.

    •  21 Aug 2003 02:51

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      •  22 Jun 2003 05:13

        Release Notes: This version features a new structure of the data dir, the balls can now rotate, images of balls can be zoomed, the max angles of balls can be set, there is a new menu with many (but not all) options, and there are some code changes for Win32.

        •  03 Apr 2003 07:05

          Release Notes: A pause function was added, along with support for more than two players. The game thread is now stopped when finished. Players can spin and accelerate the ball and zoom their images with options in the config file. Float values are now read correctly, and a new menu (with no options as yet) was included.

          •  19 Mar 2003 14:56

            Release Notes: This release uses a configfile (.qpongrc), extends the ugly menu, and adds a window mode.


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