ASCII Pong is a Pong game for the WII just using console mode and no graphics. It is done in black and white colors to look like the original classic Pong game. It can be played by one or two players. It will operate in one player mode until a key on the second Wiimote is pressed. The ball speed can be adjusted on the Instructions page. If you miss the ball the Wiimote will rumble.
Written in BCX Basic.
Homebrew Channel: Copy the ASCII-Pong directory into the "apps" folder of your SD card. Launch the Homebrew Channel.
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