Bringing Back the 70’s

An all-time gaming classic is reinvented in the game Retro Ping Pong.

Retro Ping Pong is an amazing, simple, and timeless game. This is a game that isn’t part of a series, but it doesn’t need to be. In this “Cool Math” game the player plays the original video game released in 1972, but with a twist. This game has many available options depending on how the player wants to play. It is just like Pong which was the first video game ever invented. the player is playing two-dimensional ping pong, but the player can play in a variety of game modes and difficulties.

This is a game that recently came out on “Cool Math” and isn’t a popular choice among Lebanon students. That being said, the students who do play this game all love it. Everyone loves that the player can play by themselves or the player can challenge a friend. There are few games that the player can play with a friend so that makes this game sort of unique. Students like the challenge of beating all of the skill levels too.

In my opinion, this is one of the best games available on “Cool Math.” I love playing with friends in a very fun game. the player rarely gets problems with the technology and it is a simple, quick game. Beating the player friend or the hardest difficulty in this game feels so good. It gets super intense when it is from 6 to 6 in a game to 7. There really aren’t many games on this platform that are as competitive as this one. Which is what makes me like the game so much. It is a classic that just got upgraded to add some different modes and better graphics.

Overall, I think this is a great game, and that is underrated. Since it is still in the new games category, it may take a little while for it to gain some traction. I would say that anyone who tries it out would really enjoy playing it, and maybe even make it their favorite cool math game. The simplicity and competitive nature of the game make it unrivaled and unique. I would give this game four and a half stars out of five.

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Retro Ping Pong