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Gamezastar Open Tennis

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Space key to hit, arrow key to move.The ball moves in arrow key direction.The player who wins by 3 games, is the winner. Enjoy!

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Surprised

I have played lots of tennis games online, as well as other sports games, but this is one of the best I have ever played! The graphics are nice and I can tell this a game that will grow with future releasesof its sequels. I just wish there was more control of where you wanted to hit the ball and volleying and things of that nature. Otherwise, it was awesome!

Little too much like...

Little bit too much like a game on another site by a different developer. So similar, in fact, that I suspect it might be that game with different menus and lettering changed.

Remake?

Not a Pong lookalike ...

but very much a lookalike of Gamedesign's tennis game.

Little on the hard side

.....but really well executed. i just think the learning curve could be tweaked.

Simple but effective

First good surprise, the game is not another Pong lookalike.
This flash submission is more reminiscent of the DOS tennis games. I enjoyed it first for the nostalgia, but also for itself : the character are nicely detailed, the difficulty can be modified and I found the game challenging enough to feel rewarded when I actually scored.
On the minus side, the sound(s?) are a little poor and the set-up around the court could be developped, but I think that it's superficial and (for me) adds to the charm.