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Publisher: Ocean     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1990

Click here to see the box of this game on-line Pang Click here to listen to the music from Pang on-line
Genres : Action / Puzzle
Musician : Tony Williams    

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grams88 wrote ...2011-06-02 15:08:44
Can't believe it was that long ago since this game was released. Yet another game I played a lot with my brother trying to see who survives the longest.
Geoff Capes wrote ...2007-07-04 23:10:46
Ah, I get it, if it isn't a flight sim or some deeply absorbing strategy game it doesn't get a Format Gold. Philistines...
Ali Sinan Ciftlikli wrote ...2007-03-28 19:16:44
muhtesem ikiliyi nasil unutubilirim.. the legendary game pang! in memory of years 1994's for Julien Kemal Yahyabeyoglu Donzelli & Ali Sinan Ciftlikli... whoever can beat us in this game..! :D
Matt Bailey wrote ...2006-03-20 03:41:46
This is a classic example of addictive arcade gameplay! Pure originality & brilliance in graphics & sound. You can aquire this on the WinSTon emulator. It's on Automation disk 427 B, I think.
Matthew11 wrote ...2005-11-08 17:48:41
I have only one, simple question...how can I download this game?=] Please help!
The Estee wrote ...2002-11-12 04:56:59
This version is a little more colourful than the Amiga version, but just as hard! The anime cartoons are neat!
The Caffeine Kid / Neon Lights wrote ...2002-10-28 19:10:09
If you like pang then please try my game that was inspired by it, with a lot of space invaders thrown in too. http://www.blitzcoder.com/cgi-bin/showcase/showcase_showentry.pl?id=the__caffeine__kid09302002211903&comments=no
Smeg For Brains wrote ...2002-10-21 15:56:42
A superbly original concept and fantastic execution. I can't believe this game was made in 1989! The consistently excellent design is the perfect showcase for the bizarre yet intuitive gameplay. The blatant Japanese-ness of this title crawls under your skin and stays there. Huge fun in two-player. Download it now!!!
divzero wrote ...2002-08-17 22:03:00
This has to be one of my all time favourite games, it's just so addictive. I have been searching for other versions of the game, and found a pretty good site that had a few listed: http://pangcorner.omegadelta.net/.
Jaag-o wrote ...2002-06-13 08:09:53
Never actually played this one on ST but we played this with my cousin on his *yuck!* amiga *yuck!* alot! very addictive and fun gameplay. =)
Sebastian Tanelius wrote ...2002-04-20 21:41:01
One of Oceans real smash-hits was Pang. I used to play this game with my friend until his joystick broke, then we didn't play more games... ever!
paddyb wrote ...2002-02-13 10:24:56
Pure Classic, well addictive. I used to play this for ages. Really sound colours at the time as well.
guy ross wrote ...2002-01-06 15:04:30
a well presented game (for ocean back then, a rare thing) plus it removed bottom border (during play! :O) and it was bloody brilliant fun to play!