DescriptionTennis is, as the name implies, Nintendo's version of the sport. One player vs computer or two players will compete in tennis in a more or less standard suite of rules (scoring, sets etc.).
Players are controlled by the movement buttons, but while button A indicates a low hit, button B indicates a high one. You have the choice of four levels of computer AI, or two player via Game Boy link cable. The usual assortment of shots are available, including forehand and backhand, lobs and volleys when up close to the net.
- "Tennis-e" -- e-Reader title
- "Tenisu" -- Japanese title
- "テニス" -- Japanese spelling
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|A time devourer||Game Boy||Lukasz Gorski (13)|
|Quite good a game for a gameboy classic game.||Game Boy||Jim Fun (222)|
|Never been my cup of tea.||Game Boy||Tomer Gabel (4353)|
|Total!! UK Magazine||Game Boy||Jan, 1992||95 out of 100||95|
|Mean Machines||Game Boy||Nov, 1990||86 out of 100||86|
|ASM (Aktueller Software Markt)||NES||Sep, 1987||10.2 out of 12||85|
|The Games Machine (UK)||Game Boy||Sep, 1990||82 out of 100||82|
|Imperium Gier||Game Boy||Apr 15, 2000||80|
|Jeuxvideo.com||NES||Jul 27, 2011||15 out of 20||75|
|NES Archives||NES||Jul 11, 2007||B-||67|
|Official Nintendo Magazine||Nintendo 3DS||2011||42 out of 100||42|
|Eurogamer.net (UK)||Nintendo 3DS||Jun 13, 2011||2 out of 10||20|
|Eurogamer.net (UK)||Wii||Jan 16, 2007||0|
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MarioIf you look closely at the umpire, he looks very similar to the flagship character for Nintendo, Mario.
- Power Play
- 1987 - #2 Best NES Game '87
Related Web Sites
- Wikipedia: Tennis (Information about Tennis at Wikipedia)