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Game #4178
Tennis   Collection: WISE Games
Sport   Racket

Rating: 7.25 (8 votes)

Tennis box cover

Tennis screenshot
Looking at game titles is one good way to tell the 'pioneers' in specific genres apart from the followers. So when a game is called simply Tennis, you can count on it being one of the oldest tennis games ;)

Not that Tennis is a bad game. It is actually a pretty decent tennis game for one or two players on the same computer. Aside from primitive (but not bad for its time) four-color CGA graphics, the gameplay is limited to single match play. But it makes up for the limitations by giving you a decent depiction of a tennis match. All the rules are implemented, and the players are animated smoothly. It may not be as much fun as tennis games on the Atari 2600, but for a 1986 PC game, it is not bad at all.

Reviewed by: Underdogs

Designer: Unknown
Developer: Imagic
Publisher: Imagic
Year: 1985
Software Copyright: Imagic
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System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Serve & Volley, Advantage Tennis, Tie-Break

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