8.8) What programs use paddle controllers?

Programs that use the Atari CX30 Paddle Controllers:
- Arkanoid (Taito)(Mike Hutchinson for Imagine, 1987; for The Hit Squad, 1987)
- Arkanoid II (Prof Soft Amsterdam, 1987)
- Asteraxis 2k (Waldemar Pawlaszek & Remigiusz Zukowski, 2001)
- Avalanche (Dennis Knoble for APX, 1980)
- Balloon Game (Kelly Jones & Bill Williams, 1984)
- Balloon Pop (White Bag Software, 1986) (paddles support according to Antic)
- Bird-Man-3D demo (AMC-Verlag)
- Blazing Paddles (Baudville, 1986)
- Block Buster (Bradshaw & Griesemer for APX, 1981; Quality Software, 1981)
- Bomber (Lyren Brown, Jose Pereira, Marek Pesout, 2015)
- Breakout / Breakout!!! / brkwall.bas (public domain, author unknown)
- Burgers! (Douglas Crockford, 1983)
- Bust Out (Dennis Debro, 1989)
- Cascade (F. Neil Simms for ANALOG #28, March 1985)
- Castle Crisis (Bryan Edewaard, 2004)
- Checkers (David Slate for Odesta, 1982)
- Chess 7.0 (Larry Atkin for Odesta, 1982)
- Chicken (Mike Potter for Synapse, 1982)
- Chiseler (John Scarborough for Compute!'s First Book of Atari Games, 1983)
- Clowns and Balloons (Frank Cohen for Datasoft, 1982)
- Comment Compter ("Counter" by Al P. Casper for Atari France)
- Computer Quarterback (Dan Bunten for SSI, 1983)
- Counter (Al P. Casper for APX, 1982)
- David's Midnight Magic (David Snider for Broderbund, 1982)
- Descente a Ski ("Downhill" by Mark Reid for Atari France)
- Diamond Drop (Matthias M. Giwer for Compute!, 1983)
- Downhill (Mark Reid for APX)
- Dragonriders of Pern (Jim W. Connelley for Epyx, 1983)
- Etch-1 (public domain, author unknown)
- Frog (Stan Ockers 5/82 for A.C.E. Newsletter, July 1982)
- Frog (Stan Ockers 6/82 for Antic, Oct/Nov 1982)
- Golden Oldies Volume 1 v2.2 (Mike Fitch for Software Country, 1985)
- Golden Oldies Volume 1 v2.3 (Mike Fitch, The Software Toolworks, 1987,
  (c)1985)
- Hardwaretester/Peripheral Test 2.0 by Florian Dingler, 2008
- Horse of a Different Color V1.0 (Gus Makreas, 3/1/81)
- Insomnia (Bob Fraser for APX, 1981)
- IQ by David S. Maynard for CRL, 1987
- Kaboom! (Larry Kaplan & Paul Willson for Activision, 1983)
- JunkYard Racing (Tim Gearin, 1999)
- Landing Simulator (by Jake Jacobs for Creative Computing magazine,
                     written for Apple, Atari translation by Bruce Jordan)
- Laser Game (public domain, author unknown)
- Laser Wars (Mike Potter for Crystalware, 1981)
- Lie Detector (Michael Krueger for Antic, 1986)
- Livewire (Tom Hudson - ANALOG #12)
- Livewire 2 (Tom Hudson - ANALOG #12 - Modified by Wolf)
- Lost in Space (Sijmen Schouten, 2015)
- Lunar Lander (Wes Newell)
- Midnight Strip (M. L. Clayton, 1982)
- M.U.L.E. (Ozark Softscape for Electronic Arts, 1983)
- Night Driver (Dudek, Szpilowski, Ziembik, 2008)
- Nineball (Jay M. Ford for ZiMAG, 1982)
- One on One! (Chris York for Compute!, 1983)
- Pad 1.83 by Nelson Ramirez, 2014
- Paratroop Attack (David Plotkin for Compute!'s Second Book of Atari, 1982)
- "Perfected Pong" see: Pong! ("Perfected Pong") below
- Personal Fitness Program (Dave Getreu for APX, 1981)
- Pinball Construction Set (Electronic Arts)
  - all pinball games created with Pinball Construction Set
- PlatterMania (Michael Farren for Epyx, 1982)
- Pong ("Super Pong")(Gary Domrow/Summit Software Group, ANALOG #39 Feb.1986)
- [Pong] ("Pong 2", pong2.com, public domain, author unknown)
- Pong! ("Perfected Pong") (Bob Ayik for Antic, May 1988)
- Pool 1.5 (Howard De St. Germain for IDSI, 1981)
- Prisonball (John Scarborough for Compute! #77, October 1986)
- Probe One - The Transmitter (Lloyd Ollmann for Synergistic Software, 1982)
- Rain of Terror (Rob Schlortt and Eric Henneke, 2016)
- Safe Cracker (Mike Starnes)
- Space Arena (Fandal, 2009)
- Space Bombs (John Y. Hsu, 1984)
- Space Eggs (Dan Thompson for Sirius, 1981)
- Speedblaster (Pinball Construction Set Game by MR Datentechnik)
- Spy's Demise (Robert Hardy & Alan Zeldin for Penguin Software, 1983)
- Stardust (MR Datentechnik)
- Starshot (Matthias M. Giwer for Compute!, 1983)
- States and Capitals (David J. Bohlke for SoftSide, 1980)
- Stereo 3-D Graphics Package (Clyde Spencer for APX, 1982)
- Super Ball (Compy-Shop)
- Super Ball 2 (Compy-Shop)
- Super Ball 3 (Compy-Shop)
- Super Ball 4 (Compy-Shop)
- Super Breakout by Larry Kaplan for Atari, 1979
- "Super Pong" see: Pong ("Super Pong") above
- Stretch (public domain Gr. 15 pict. stretcher, author unknown)
- Superski (AMC, 1994 - patch for paddles by HOMESOFT)
- Surround'Em (Peter J. Meyer for Video 61, 2017)
- Tempest Elite (Peter J. Meyer for Video 61, 2017)
- Tile Smashers (Peter J. Meyer for Video 61, 2017)
- Tilter (public domain, author unknown)
- Uranium Core (Martin Stiby for Computer & Video Games mag, 1982/11)
- Warlords (The Webbed Sphere BBS)
- Wavy Navy (Rodney McAuley for Sirius, 1983)
- Wayout (Paul Allen Edelstein for Sirius, 1982)
- WildWest (Stan Ockers for ACE Newsletter, 1983)
- Word Radar (Jerry Chaffin & Bill Maxwell & Barbara Thompson for DLM, 1984)
- Worms? by David S. Maynard for Electronic Arts, 1983
- See also AtariMania lists of games & utilities that use paddle controllers:
  http://preview.tinyurl.com/qxynbh8
  http://preview.tinyurl.com/mnyrhsw
- See also Fandal site search for games that use paddle controllers:
  http://a8.fandal.cz/search.php?search=paddle&butt_details_x=x

Note that the Atari Touch Tablet, the KoalaPad Touch Tablet, and the Suncom
Animation Station are read by the computer in the same way that the computer
receives data from paddle controllers, making software designed for these
graphics tablets at least somewhat usable with paddles as well.
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