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Elizabeth

I miss the good old days of Star Trek: Voyager. That's actually the only Star Trek series I've seen...however, I sadly do not reccall a ping pong episode. I think I would have liked it...I've always had fun pretending I was good at ping pong.

KaiYeves

My two games are air hockey and ping-pong. Oh, and sometimes Pac-man. Man, I love arcades. I've never been on a cruise, but now I'll going to have dreams. Hmmmm... great views. Great food. Scuba diving. Playing ping-pong with Carl Sagan. And if it was that Bermuda Triangle cruise in the latest Scooby-Doo movie where the quests get to solve mysteries on board... I really am weird.

العاب بنات

"It's my another exercise on physical computing. A 2D acceleration detector connected to flash via Arduino. In flash a group of 3d stars are made to be controlled by the 2d detector. So basically it's just rotating in 2 axis."

Anthony Thomas

Simple and original, a game of paddless Ping Pong.

Forbes Good Life

Here's a thought from J. T. Trowbridge "With years a richer life begins, the spirit mellows. Ripe age give tone to violines, wine, and good fellows." Enjoy the spoils of success.

Anthony Thomas

Hi Nick, Ping Pong really is the original video game. William Higinbotham invented "Tennis for Two" back in the '50s on an oscilloscope.

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