Home of the Underdogs
About News FAQs Contact HOTU GoogleGroup Music Manuals
Category Applications Action Adventure Education Interactive Fiction Puzzle Role Playing Games Simulation Special Sport Strategy War




Support the EFF
Welcome How you can help
Browse Games
Welcome Random Pick
Welcome By Company
  Welcome By Theme  
Welcome By Alphabet
Welcome By Year
Welcome Title Search
Welcome Company Search
Welcome Designer Search
Recommended
Welcome Freeware Titles
Welcome Collections
Welcome Community Group
Welcome Twitter
Welcome Facebook
Welcome File Format Guide
Welcome Help: Non PC Games
Welcome Help: Win Games
Welcome Help: DOS Games
Welcome Recommended Links
Site History Site History
Legacy Legacy
Link to Us Link to Us
Credits Thanks & Credits
Abandonware Ring

Abandoned Places

Creative Commons License


Game #1698
Hall of Belated Fame Inductee  Tennis Cup    View all Top Dogs in this genre
Sport   Racket

Rating: 8.65 (69 votes)

Tennis Cup box cover

Tennis Cup screenshot
Tennis Cup is yet another tennis simulation that came out in the early 90's. Graphically, the game is a beauty with typical Sablons characters and design. It offers many options and play modes, such as Davis Cup matches, doubles, tournaments and most notably a split-screen mode, making two-player games playable from both sides of the court. However, that split-screen is also the screen you have to cope with in single matches. This makes judging lobs a bit of a problem. The major flaw in gameplay for me is the fact that you are almost unbeatable near the net, while good ground-strokes happen very rarely. Overall, not as good as Great Courts 2, but quite nice for a change. Also take a look at its better successor Tennis Cup II. Note: All in-game texts are in French, but that shouldn't be much of a problem.

Reviewed by: Rob
Designer: Dominique Sablons
Developer: Loriciel
Publisher: Electronic Zoo
Year: 1990
Software Copyright: Loriciel
Theme:  
Multiplayer:  
System Requirements: DOS
Where to get it:
Related Links:  
Links:    
If you like this game, try: Tennis Cup II, Tennis Elbow, Serve & Volley

© 1998 - 2018 Home of the Underdogs
Portions are copyrighted by their respective owners. All rights reserved. Please read our privacy policy.