Pong in Processing

Posted on Saturday, July 13th, 2013 in code, open source, Processing by the machinegeek

Got Processing? Then try out Nakul Rao’s Pong program. He has posted code for both a single player and two player version. He also had sketched for Pong_art versions which provide visual variations on the game.

You can find the project code on GitHub.

(NOTE: If you get an error when running this sketch regarding a missing file named “AgencyFB-Reg-48.vlw”, you can download the file from GitHub. Just copy it into the Processing sketch’s folder.)

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