Atari has improved the classic ball and paddle game with new features, a quest line and more. Pong Quest has “humanized paddles,” which can be dressed in cosmetics and additional loot acquired in the game. This new interaction of the classic Pong that fans love is more than just a smartphone adaptation; it is an adventure fully realized for Pong fans.
The game is full of cosmetics, loot, dungeons and probably about the world of Pong. There will be 50 types of balls with 50 different abilities resulting in a much more challenging game than the classic experience. The dungeons are based on popular classic titles resulting in a familiar but new reality from the Atari worlds.
The game looks like a nostalgic distraction perfect for mobile fans who loved the classic title. Although it is a reinvention of the original game, it still retains much of the desired ball and paddle action that made the original so addictive. Pong Quest Is An RPG Version Of The Classic Paddle Game, Numbers And Story Have Been Added
Pong Quest acts as the most recent reissue of Atari of a classic title showing that old-school society is ready for new school action. There is still information circulating on this title because it is only recently released.
The classic Pong action mix of the game alongside the expectations of the RPG genre creates a unique blend for the franchise. You play as a paddler, a human in the form of a classic Pong paddle, who has to fight other paddlers in the noble sport of Pong. Cosmetics allow you to personalize that paddle person, but raise interesting questions about the world these paddlers live in.