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Boomerang Sports Tênis (Zeebo)

Genre
Sport
Theme
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MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
3.2
MobyScore
5 point score based on user ratings.

Description

Boomerang Sports Tênis is a game of doubles inspired by Wii Sports. It is the first title to exclusively use the Boomerang, Zeebo's accelerometer controller (different from the Zeebo Extreme series, which also supports the Z-Pad; however, the game was later re-released to support the Z-Pad). Players must swing the Boomerang like a racket to hit the ball while the characters move automatically around the court.

One or two players can choose doubles among 10 characters dressed in the most various ways (like a geisha, a cook, a nurse, a man in a cow costume, etc.). As the characters win matches, they grow on points which unlock new rackets (again in varied forms, such as a guitar, a rake, a pan, a broom, etc.). The game length and player's hand side can also be selected.

The game features also an online ranking on Zeebo-net in which players can compare their achievements. The ranking can be updated daily by players.

Screenshots

Boomerang Sports Tênis Zeebo When waving your arms like a maniac, please pay attention to people and objects around you!
Boomerang Sports Tênis Zeebo Title screen.
Boomerang Sports Tênis Zeebo Selecting the characters in your double. As you play matches with each of them, their levels increase and it affects the difficulty level of the opponents.
Boomerang Sports Tênis Zeebo Selecting the state you're located. This is only for identification purposes and doesn't affect on gameplay.

Alternate Titles

  • "Zeebo Sports Tênis" -- Re-release title

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chirinea (34252) added Boomerang Sports Tênis (Zeebo) on Oct 15, 2009