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Mark Weddell

Hi Simon...

My recollection of the Binatone version of the pong game I had as a boy was that the paddles were controlled not by pushing the two buttons, but by twisting them. They were simple potentiometers. The two buttons visible on the console are one for each player, controlling the left paddle and right paddle.

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