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Old December 24th, 2010, 12:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old December 24th, 2010, 04:33 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Market, search "tennis game"

There's not many, but there's one by a dev named Tyler Paine that's got a good rating.
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I'm looking for a Tennis game as well...

There is a game for the iPhone which is called Real Tennis or what, why not for Android for God's sake???????????????
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Still no good Tennis games for Android?????
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Still no good Tennis games for Android?????
haven't seen a good one for tennis, just a bunch of table tennis games...
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You would have thought that there would be a good tennis game for Android, especially given that Wimbledon is on this week. It seems not to be the case. Ping Pong does NOT count.
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Still no games?
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Have you tried Getjar?

Also I'll move this over to the Android Games forum

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Have you tried Getjar?

Also I'll move this over to the Android Games forum

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Its a site that offers apps & games for various OS's
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what about psx emulator + actua tennis
‪ACTUA TENNIS PS1 PLAYSTATION 1‬‏ - YouTube
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thanks, I will try this
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Try Super Tennis on the Snes Emulator, simple graphics but still decent.
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Hey, I tried it yesterday but my Emulator couldn't open the game.

I'm using psx4droid v2

And it couldn't open the game, it couldn't find the .bin data...

Which emulator are you using and where can I download this game?
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Fpse emulator is much better and faster, you will need to copy psx bios (scph1001.bin) and game .iso or .bin to sd card

http://www.appbrain.com/app/fpse-for-android/com.emulator.fpse
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try Wimbledon 2009 app, this is the best ever tennis game i played, actually I played it a lot on Samsung Corby in jar format, it is also available in .apk file so it should be good for android too...
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try Wimbledon 2009 app, this is the best ever tennis game i played, actually I played it a lot on Samsung Corby in jar format, it is also available in .apk file so it should be good for android too...
I don't see this in the android market. Where can we get it from?
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This is the best tennis game on the Market: Cross Court Tennis.



Paid: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.RefinedGames.CrossCourtTennis
Demo: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.RefinedGames.CrossCourtFree
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I found Cross Court Tennis boring. I wound up just rallying forever.

If the AI was significantly better, it'd be a very good game.
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I found Cross Court Tennis boring. I wound up just rallying forever.

If the AI was significantly better, it'd be a very good game.
Rallying forever? Not the experience i have. Before the ball is hit by your oppenent you can already give direction, the earlier you do this the harder and more precise you will hit. Then your rallies will not be long at all

But then again, it's all personal.
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Rallying forever? Not the experience i have. Before the ball is hit by your oppenent you can already give direction, the earlier you do this the harder and more precise you will hit. Then your rallies will not be long at all

But then again, it's all personal.
Maybe I was just really bad! I think I might have been playing on the middle level.

I figured out how to do max power by swinging really early, but I was just having never-ending rallys. The computer couldn't get one by me either though, so, if it was me just being a bad player, the computer should be winning some points.
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Maybe I was just really bad! I think I might have been playing on the middle level.

I figured out how to do max power by swinging really early, but I was just having never-ending rallys. The computer couldn't get one by me either though, so, if it was me just being a bad player, the computer should be winning some points.
Disable auto running, your winning streak will be over, haha
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Cross Cort is the best Tennis game on Android I've ever seen before!!!

Just play and enjoy

But it should be more nice if we can play with real players
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Hello people

I have developed a PC tennis game that's called Full Ace tennis simulator (can't post the link, please google it).
I am currently considering porting this game to smartphones (I have several ideas for an interesting touchscreen gameplay). I thought people in this thread could tell me if they think it's worth doing it or not, and what you would be willing to pay for a tennis game app.
Please let me know what you think.
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kschoice (after the Belgian band?): here is the link: More about the (online) tennis simulator

Looks good if you ask me!
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kschoice (after the Belgian band?): here is the link: More about the (online) tennis simulator

Looks good if you ask me!
After the belgian band indeed

Graphics are somewhat outdated for a PC game, but I think it would look good on a phone screen.
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Hello people

I have developed a PC tennis game that's called Full Ace tennis simulator (can't post the link, please google it).
I am currently considering porting this game to smartphones (I have several ideas for an interesting touchscreen gameplay). I thought people in this thread could tell me if they think it's worth doing it or not, and what you would be willing to pay for a tennis game app.
Please let me know what you think.
I would definitely be willing to pay for a sim style tennis game for Android. I love tennis and tennis video games, but the options out there for android and iphone I find to be very mindless.
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Gachinko Tennis is the best tennis game for Android. You can find it here: https://market.android.com/details?id=jp.mapp.tennise&feature=search_result

I tried Crosscourt and I find that autorun makes the game too easy and turning it off just makes it way too hard. The gestures for running have to be made before you make the gestures for hitting.

With Gachinko, you have a control pad for movement and two buttons for hitting. It makes for a more natural way to control the game. At least, it's more natural for me. I'm used to a joystick on one side and buttons on the other.

Gachinko also has a number of different serves you can choose from. Each subsequent computer opponent is progressively harder and each has a different style of play as well. My only criticism is that some of the serves that the computer player makes seem impossible as they seem to bounce in a totally different direction as you expect.
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SEGA to Preview Virtua Tennis for Android at CES 2012
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I picked up Virtua Tennis back in November. It's awesome. Different players have different strengths. The bigger tournaments are harder than the easier ones, so you can start with the easy ones and when you get better, you can play in the bigger ones. My go to tennis game right now.
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