Revolve Ping Pong 9+

Control Both Paddles

Robert Tamayo

Designed for iPad

    • 3.7 • 3 Ratings
    • Free



Ping Pong evolved: control both paddles! Battle enemies, earn powerful upgrades, or play solo and keep the ball alive!

Play ping pong, but with a twist. Now you control both paddles. Featuring 2 game modes:

1. Solo Mode. Try to keep the ball from the reaching the edge of the screen for as long as you can. Controlling the game is easy. Just use your thumbs to guide the paddles.

2. Enemy Mode. Battle waves of enemies. Dodge attacks while trying to attack the enemies. Earn powerful upgrades that can take out groups of enemies at once.

Programming and game design by Robert Tamayo.

Sound by Reza Akhavan. Features Ascension and Boy Girl off Exist in Sound.

What’s New

Version 1.2

New Feature: Global High Scores. Save your scores online and view the leaderboards. Requires Internet connection. You can also now view your top scores from the menu.

New Powerup: Infection. Infect enemies to deal extra damage after short period of time. Infected enemies infect other enemies close by. Infected enemies move slowly and don't attack often, so this ability is great for crowd control and keeping yourself protected from enemy attacks.

Other Changes:
1. Powerup: Ball Lightning. Increased attack speed and made it slow down enemies that are being shocked, preventing them from attacking. Ball Lightning can now serve as a crowd control and defensive ability.
2. Powerup: Spreader. Now powers up faster than any other powerup. This makes it a fast and aggressive offensive ability.
3. Fixed an issue where save data would get duplicated.

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

jtoth955 ,

If you like Pong...

Fun retro game that has similarity to the classic Pong game from Atari. I recommend checking it out!

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the positive review! Glad you enjoy it!

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