Fire Pong is a Lua game that is provides a twist on the regular Pong game. This game features both the original and FIre versions of Pong. You can only play against yourself (no AI) or another player using the buttons on the PSP. The goals are simple: score the most points, by either:
1) Be fast and tricky, making your opponent miss the ball and you receive a point
2) Hit the ball through the fire and hope your opponent does not move out in time, you subtract one point from their score!
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