PonKonPon is a simple game of ball and paddle (also known as 'Pong') with a little twist. Just place your finger right beneath the paddle to move it sideways to deflect the ball across the playing court with the objective of hitting it past your opponent's paddle.In PonKonPon, there is one classic ball and paddle game and six variations of it as follows:[Classic] - This is the classic ball and paddle game that everyone knows. Simple and fun, yet addictive.[Magnetic Field] - There is a magnetic field across the middle of the court. When the ball passes through it, the ball changes direction and you never know which way the ball is headed.[Block] - In the center of the court, there is a block obstructing the ball's path.[Moving Block] - Same as [Block] except the block continuously moves side to side across the middle of the court.[Center Line] - There is a center line across the court. When the ball passes this line, the ball may change direction.[Dual Paddle] - You have one more small paddle in front of your regular paddle. If the ball hits your small paddle while traveling towards your side of the court, the ball will be deflected. However, if the ball is traveling towards your opponent's side of the court, the ball will go through your small paddle.[Weird] - There is a small white area in front of your paddle. When the ball passes through this area, who knows what happens. The ball can speed up, slow down, and/or change direction.PonKonPon can be played by one player against the computer or by two players against each other. If you don't enjoy the competition of playing against the computer or another person, you can play in 'Rally Mode' in which you work together with the computer or another player to see how many times you two can hit the ball before missing it.When playing against the computer, you can choose from five levels. In levels 4 and 5, not only is the computer difficult to beat, but also, the ball gets faster as the game progresses. (In 2 Player Mode, the ball always gets faster as the game progresses.)In the 'General Settings' screen, you can choose the ball size, ball speed, how many points to play up to, and turn the sound on or off. There is also a 'Dimmer' switch. When you turn this switch on, during game play, the ball dims and finally disappears, and then reappears again, making the game more challenging.And when you are tired of playing, if you have a dock, you can just place your iPhone/iPod Touch in the dock while running PonKonPon in 'Clock mode' and enjoy it as a Desktop accessory displaying the time, day, and date. There is even an alarm feature so you can place it right by your bed and use it as an alarm clock. (Please note that for the alarm to sound, PonKonPon must be running in 'Clock mode' and also 'Auto-Lock' for your iPhone/iPod Touch must be set to 'Never'.)Enjoy!