iPad Pocket Tennis

Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by THE STUD, Jul 1, 2009.

  1. #1 THE STUD, Jul 1, 2009
    Last edited: Jul 1, 2009
    Price: $1.99/£1.19

    • Pocket Tennis is a fantastic real tennis game for iPhone and iPod Touch. This will be the best mobile tennis game which can be played on your fingertips. Pocket Tennis is the real tennis game which reflects the players complete reaction, various modes and harmonised each player's ability.

    What is the Grand Slam?

    You get the title of 'Grand Slam' when one player wins the title in France open,
    Australia Open, Wimbledon and the US open. Historically, there were only 5 people
    who achieved to be a Grand Slmmer.

    You can be the next glorious Grand Slmmer!

    Put down your heavy racket and grab your great iPhone and iPod Touch, PocketTennis is waiting for you.

    • Various Mode
    This mode allows the player to choose the character to achieve the title of 'Grand Slam'

    This mode allows the player to have an infinite challenge until he/she loses, a.k.a sudden death.

    This mode allows the player to practise with the opposition.

    This mode lets you learn how to play this game.

    • Easy Controls
    Swipe the screen with 4 directions (up, down, left, right):
    >Movement of characters
    >Decide which direction to hit the ball

    Tapping the screen:
    >Serve, Smashing
    >Stop moving ball and character

    Move: Swipe the screen in 4 directions to move and tap to stop

    • How to play
    Serve, Backhand, Forehand: Tap the screen to serve the ball to the opposition

    Change the impact point: If to change the impact point, then swipe the screen in 4 directions and tap the screen

    Smashing: If you try smashing, then place the character on the position and tap the screen.

    • Recommended for fans of sports games strongly.

  2. yournothere

    yournothere Well-Known Member

    Feb 7, 2009
    just out of curiosity why is there like a HUGE space at the bottom of the screen? does a message pop up or something?
  3. astrosaurus

    astrosaurus Well-Known Member

    Jun 10, 2009
    Portland, OR
    I second that! Looks like the court could be a lot bigger.
  4. ImNoSuperMan

    ImNoSuperMan Well-Known Member

    Jun 28, 2009
    I think since the space on the bottom works like a trackpad, they made the court smaller to make sure your thumb doesnt hide the action. Finally a smart developer IMO.

    Btw it dropped to 99cents now. Anyone willing to TOFTT now:rolleyes:

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