Game Boy Tennis for realistic match play action. You can try power serves, skillfully placed shots, lofty lobs & killer cross courts. Umpire Mario will call the close ones! So, get ready to serve, and match the baseline -- it's Tennis for everyone! Challenge the Game Boy or use your Game Link Cable to take on a friend in head-to-head competition.
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Tennis for the Game Boy lets you use your racket to volley, stroke, smash and serve the ball. Be careful not to hit the ball over the sideline or baseline or into the net. To carefully place your shot, you can hit the ball left or right, weak or strong, and deep or short.
Enjoy Game Boy Tennis for realistic match play action. You can try power serves, skillfully placed shots, lofty lobs and killer cross courts. Umpire Mario will call the close ones! So, get ready to serve, and match the baseline - it's Tennis, for everyone!
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.
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Tennis is both a Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy game. It is part of both the Sports series and Tennis series, and is based on the sport of the same name. It also has a Nintendo VS. System variant called VS. Tennis. The Game Boy version was succeeded by the game Top Rank Tennis.
Tennis is a sports video game developed by Nintendo in 1983, and released for the Family Computer (Famicom) in 1984. The arcade game version Vs. Tennis was also released for the Nintendo Vs. System in 1984, becoming a hit at Japanese and American arcades that year; it was the sixth top-performing arcade game of 1984 in the United States.