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Author Topic: Pong countercade molded to have 4 players with atari paddles.  (Read 1221 times)

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Pong countercade molded to have 4 players with atari paddles.
« on: November 30, 2023, 08:02:49 pm »
Not sure if anyone is interested, but I recently got a Pong 2 player countercade and truly am enjoying this as a piece of functional furniture.

I did take it apart to discover different I/O ports. USB/A and Micro and even an SD card slot.

I plugged in a usb hub to the port and attached 4 controllers. I even plugged in original Atari paddles and a Hyperkin Ranger using a USB adapter (2600-dapter II) and it worked flawlessly for 4 Player Warlord.

Just wanted to document this somewhere for anyone interested in the slightest.

I'd love to be able to put that SD card slot to good use though.