20 Games Like On-Court Tennis()





Compete against the most ruthless giraffes you ever encountered or your friends!

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Slam Tennis goes where no tennis game has gone before - this is liquid tennis with attitude. A game that recreates then amplifies the excitement, atmosphere and challenge of modern professional tennis. In Slam Tennis overcoming your opponent is only part of the challenge.

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A tennis game released in 1991 for the Amiga, Atari ST and PC.

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Managing Football clubs.

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Score! Hero, from the award winning makers of Score! World Goals, Dream League Soccer & First Touch Soccer.

BE THE HERO! Pass, Shoot & Score your way to legendary status, as you explore the dramatic career of your HERO player over 460 challenging levels!

Immersive free flowing 3D Score! Gameplay lets you control the action. Split defences with precise through balls, or bend shots into the top corner, putting you in control for an unrivalled mobile soccer experience.

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Hyper Final Match Tennis is the final installment of the Final Match Tennis series, and the only one to be released outside of Japan.

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Pocket Tennis a simple tennis game with two play modes: Exhibition and Tournament.

Exhibition is a single match against computer or human opponent (requires link cable). There do exist eight player characters with different skills (human player must select one of those eight characters too) and four (five in the color version) different courts. Also amount of sets per game can be selected (1, 3 or 5).

Tournament is only against computer. Human player can pick his/her character but not the computer opponent. Also selection of courts and amount of sets is missing. Three games will be played: quarter and semifinals and of course the final

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Pocket Tennis a simple tennis game with two play modes: Exhibition and Tournament.

Exhibition is a single match against computer or human opponent (requires link cable). There do exist eight player characters with different skills (human player must select one of those eight characters too) and four (five in the color version) different courts. Also amount of sets per game can be selected (1, 3 or 5).

Tournament is only against computer. Human player can pick his/her character but not the computer opponent. Also selection of courts and amount of sets is missing. Three games will be played: quarter and semifinals and of course the final.

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There are three game modes: Exhibition match, Exhibition Tournament (where the player competes in a 32-player tournament), ATP Senior Tour Event (where the player chooses one of the retired players and competes in a 8-player tournament) and the ATP Tour, where it's possible to create a player and develop his skills by winning (or simply doing well) on tournaments, with one extra point on each round won.

Gameplay uses a simple 3-button layout, where the A button lobs the ball, B performs a controlled passing shot and C allows the fastest top spin shots, with the directional pad affecting the direction and depth of the shot.

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Licensed by the International Management Group (IMG), this rare Electronic Arts venture into Tennis features 32 professional players (all male and licensed by the IMG) including Bjorn Borg, Marcelo Rios, Patrick Rafter and Yevgeni Kafelnikov in 15 tournaments with different surfaces. Game modes include exhibition, tour and tournament for both singles and doubles.

Along the usual offering of lobs, volleys, passing shots, top spins and slashes, the player can leave player movement to the console, and just focus on hitting the ball with the right shot with the correct timing (the player can also set the playing style, from all-court, baseline, or rush net). For those needing a boost of confidence before entering competitive play, Vic Braden, one of the most well known tennis coaches, has a court with special lines, a ball machine and some hints to help them improve their play.

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Grab a racket and experience virtual tennis how it was meant to be played.

Boasting the most advanced 3D Game design ever seen on a sports title, Power Serve 3D Tennis utilizes the full potential of the PlayStation console's powerful new generation technology - to deliver a benchmark event in interactive sporting.

Large, life-like players put you right on the court. Smooth, full-motion character movement allows you free 360 mobility. A.I. motivated competitors keep you at the top of your game.

So real, you can't play it sitting down.

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The basic game features a multiplayer mode (up to 4 players), a tournament mode and an exhibition mode. You also have four mini-games, "Tennis Court Bingo", "Burning Barrels", "Run and Gun" & Knock'em Down", where your goal is to hit certain objects in the tennis field. You can win special prices for getting enough points.

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Ball 2D is all about reflex and strategy. Are you good enough to master the game?

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To serve, press the red button. You hit the ball by moving your player to where the shadow of the ball is about level with your feet. The racquet will swing automatically. When you serve, the ball must hit the front wall before it hits the floor. Your opponent can then hit the ball before it lands on the floor or he can let it bounce but you can only let it bounce once. It cannot bounce twice. You serve every time until you miss. If you are serving and your opponent misses, you get one point. You can only get points on rounds where you serve. First player to twenty-one points, wins.

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A tennis game for the Sega Mega Drive.

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The latest installment in the Family Tennis series.

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