Gnop!

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Gnop!
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Gnop!
Developer(s) Bungie Software
Publisher(s) Bungie Software
Designer Alex Seropian
Engine
status Status Missing
Release date 1990
Genre Sports simulation
Mode(s)
Age rating(s)
Platform(s) Mac OS
Arcade system Arcade System Missing
Media
Input Keyboard and mouse
Requirements
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough


Gnop! was the first computer game created and published by Bungie Studios.[1] It was a simple Pong clone written and released nearly 20 years after the original. The name Gnop is simply Pong spelled backwards. The game was created by Alex Seropian in 1990, almost a year before Bungie's official incorporation. The game did prove popular enough among Mac gamers since the game was a free, user-friendly alternative. However, some fans were willing to purchase the source code, which Bungie offered for $15 (USD).

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  1. Bungie.net : Inside Bungie : History Retrieved on 10 August 2008.

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