Pang, a 1989 arcade game released by Mitchel for videogames. Later, it was converted to Amiga, Atari ST, C64, Amstrad CPC and ZX Spectrum in 1990. For PCs, the game was released in 1992. Pang was developed and released by Oean Software.
In Pang, you control the hunter. Your task is to destroy all the balls on the given board. The task seems simple and yet. When we hit the balls, this one will split into two smaller ones. These two smaller, hit, re-split into smaller, etc. You have several weapons (although you always start level you have basic weapons) harpoon, double harpoon and shotgun. During the game with balls (or from bricks) can come out bonuses to facilitate the game, such as clock - adds you time, dynamite - spheres balls into the smallest possible, asterisk - power field and other. You can play in the team as a co-worker, so it's a lot more fun to play.
Pang is a must play game. In spite of the long years, it still plays like years ago. The gameplay is very dynamic, there is no time to rest. Graphically, the game presents a high level (do not forget that Pang is a game transferred from slot machines, and as we know it was a very good graphics), the sound is well matched to the action. We recommend playing Pang.
The Amiga version does not require the original rom. You can start the game using Aros included with the latest WinUAE emulator.