Four Player Pong
It's pong, except with four players!
There's an instruction manual included, and it tells you all about how to set it up. In order to play with other humans, you must have a local area network set up. This implies you have multiple computers.
The original idea came from my classmate Eric who wanted to make a network pong game during AP Java in 11th grade. I showed him a Visual Basic pong program I had finished in 9th grade and he added network capabilities to it. After that, the idea evolved into making a four player pong game. This is the only real collaborative game I've ever worked on.
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LAN: G or
Ghost option: Essentially the same as chosing "Not Playing" but makes the paddle
move around during the match.
Internet: Type G or Ghost in the textbox while choosing "not playing"
CPU Difficulty Level 5: More effective against multiple balls.
If a host clicks on the screen, they can cause an explosion where they clicked.