What Year is It? Pariplay Releases New Pong SlotPublished February 2, 2018 by Brett C
Esteemed gaming developer, Pariplay has released a throwback favourite in the form of Atari Pong. This video slots game is packed with memorable features reminiscent of the 1970s hit sensation of the same name.
Gaming developer Pariplay has recently released one of the most popular throwback titles of all time – Atari Pong. An exciting new online slot game is now available in a real money format, thanks to Pariplay and Atari Interactive. Players can enjoy Pong which features 5 spinning reels and 20 paylines of dazzling entertainment. Pong came to prominence in 1972, and is widely viewed as the game that gave birth to the global video game industry.
Atari Pong video slot plays out superbly well, featuring 3D visuals and crystal-clear audio. The 5 spinning reels, 3 rows, and 20 rows of interactive entertainment are a trip down memory lane. Players will notice all the popular icons of the time including Atari controllers, box TVs, video game cartridges, Atari wilds, and the world-famous Atari video game console. Other popular symbols include lemons, cherries, bells, pomegranates, and oranges.
Feature-Rich Entertainment with Pong
The action begins by simply clicking your bet size above the Atari logo on the bottom right. Players can use the +/- buttons to do this. Minimum bets begin at $0.20 and rise to $5.00. As soon as you click the spin button, a 3D Atari cube will rotate in multiple directions in the center of the screen. Autobet settings are also available, including things like loss limits, win limits, single win limits etc. The number of Autobet rounds ranges between 5 and 50, at preset wagers.
What makes Pong unique is the nature of the game itself. If you look carefully, you will notice the signature ping-pong bats on either side of the screen hitting the orange ball back and forth after each win that has been recorded. The game is also rich with respins where you can substantially boost your winnings.
Pong Gets Nod of Approval from Multiple Regulatory Agencies
Pong is currently available in 12+ languages and runs off HTML 5 functionality to ensure maximum compatibility across platforms. Pong has also been sanctioned by the MGA, the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission, and the UK Gambling Commission.