Wireless iPong plays between multiple Apple iPhones, iPod touch (with video)

Ryo Shimizu, CEO of Ubiquitous Entertainment Inc. introduced a game application created by a “Mr. Kondo” for iPhone and iPod touch, “iPong.”

According to the Asiajin blog, “Mr. Kondo made it around an hour.”

iPong (with players’ natural sound effects):

Direct link via YouTube here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Ampar” for the heads up.]

Yes, it’s “just Pong.” Now, extrapolate.


  1. One would need to hire detectives and post ads, juggle schedules, arrange transportation, etc., to find and gather three or more Zune users in the same room at the same time.

  2. Rancid…I thought of insulting you for your comment but then I realized that people like you will be nothing but a footnote when it’s all said and done.

    Microsoft’s dominance of the last two decades in coming to an end as the company is changing guard and its users are getting tired of the errors of Windows. As the computer has become a common fixture in the home, it’s moved away from its difficult hobbyist roots and has moved towards an ease of use and simplicity that the masses want.

    The times are changing.

  3. Pretty funny and interesting.

    The game is made (somewhat) interesting by viewing all three iPhones at once. On an individual iPhone you’d just wonder where the ball went and if it would ever come back ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”grin” style=”border:0;” />

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