Tennis Mobile Games for Android, iOS & Windows Phone

Tennis Club Story

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Kairosoft have a habit of releasing management games that are very, very similar to one another. One of their more recent ventures into the genre sees them take on the tennis world, getting you to manage your very own tennis club from humble beginnings to worldwide success (if you’re any good at it, that is). For true management fans used to the depth of other sports management gams like Football Manager, there will be some disappointment. If you’re not expecting a hugely complex title with tons of unique features, however, Tennis Club Story may well suffice as the best (if not the only) proper tennis-club management game for mobile.

Rating: 4.6/5

Release Date: 09/02/2016

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Available for: iOS, Android

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Stick Tennis Tour

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You won’t find all of the technical brilliance and nuances of the sport of tennis in Stick Tennis Tour. However, if you’re after a tennis game that’s easy to pick up and that has some excellent swipe controls to allow you to do some cheeky drop shots, then Stick Tennis Tour has what you’re looking for. The original Stick Tennis was an excellent game: easily navigable, easy to control, and with a wide range of modes to enjoy. Stick Tennis Tour has improved on these features, adding in some fresh new content such as the ability to customise your character, and the World Tour that’s mentioned in the game’s title. This review’s got all you need to know about the game.

Rating: 4.0/5

Release Date: 05/01/2016

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Available for: iOS, Android

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Tennis in The Face

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If you expect to come out of the other side of Tennis in the Face having enjoyed a rather straight-laced, down-the-line tennis sim, this is unfortunately an error of false assumption. A traditional tennis game Tennis in the Face certainly is not, but what it is may be more interesting to casual gamers than actual tennis games. Tennis in the Face is actually a physics-based puzzler with aiming/firing mechanics: you serve a tennis ball in a variety of situations, each of which require you to annihilate various enemies in order to complete each level. There’s a classic 3-star system of achievement with each puzzle here, making proceedings all the more interesting in the long-term, and worthy of the review found here.

Rating: 4.5/5

Release Date: 18/11/2015

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Available for: iOS, Android

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Puppet Tennis-Forehand Topspin

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Expecting a realistic tennis match from Puppet Tennis is like betting all your money on Andy Murray to win pretty much any important tennis tournament: a little silly. If you appreciate Puppet Tennis’ gameplay for the wonderfully silly and simple arcade-steeped smash-fest that it is, however, you’ll appreciate the whole thing a lot more. It’s a lot like the Sports Heads flash/mobile games, with a large-head design for its players and a side-on view of the court where you smash the ball back and forth until a point is scored. It’s got so much more than even straight-shooting tennis games have, however: it’s got upgrades, and in the presence of this longevity-boosting feature, Puppet Tennis triumphs magnificently.

Rating: 4.0/5

Release Date: 10/11/2015

Type: Games Like Sports Heads Tennis

Available for: iOS, Android

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Stickman Tennis

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Usually, the prefix “Stick” would indicate that you’re about to play a very simplistic version of whatever follows, often littered with stick-figure characters. This isn’t the case with Stick Tennis, though. Following in the example of the many other Stick Sports games, Stick Tennis puts the sport of tennis at your fingertips, with back-and-forth action that’s much faster and more intriguing than your average gamer (i.e. me) would have ever thought possible. Factor in the multiple gameplay modes, and you’ve got a tennis game with flair, and incidentally more content than even SEGA’s Virtua Tennis Challenge. You just know that it’s therefore a game worth reviewing.

Rating: 3.8/5

Release Date: 03/11/2015

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Available for: iOS, Android

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Stickman Tennis 2015

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Somehow, Stickman Tennis 2015 managed to convince me, perhaps the most sceptical of tennis sceptics, of its ability to entertain through the medium of the sport. Not only has this 2015 rework of Djinnworks’ classic game undergone a visual makeover, it also has a rather ridiculous amount of content to get through. This includes over 60 tournaments, 10 different court types/surfaces, and a player stats system for you to progress through and upgrade your player to improved levels of skill. It gives even the big-boy tennis games (like Virtua Tennis) a run for their money, and truth be told I’d sooner part with my cash for Stickman Tennis 2015 than most of its rivals.

Rating: 4.0/5

Release Date: 03/11/2015

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Available for: iOS, Android

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Stick Tennis

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Easy to play yet difficult to master, Stick Tennis offers fast and fluid gameplay and a huge range of unique player styles and characteristics to unlock and play.

Rating: 4.5/5

Release Date: 07/07/2015

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Available for: iOS, Android

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Cross Court Tennis 2

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Mobile tennis games aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, but if you like a bit more technical accuracy in your mobile tennis experience, Cross Court Tennis 2 is a game worth considering. Improving on the original by a decent amount, this game’s got some of the best on-court action you’ll find in any mobile tennis game. This is down to its on-screen controls that allow you, with various button combinations, to execute the more technical side of tennis. Lob shots, volleys, slices, and epic serves are all on the menu here, as are a number of different opponents to challenge you and graphics that can just about compete with the best of them. It’s a game well worth playing, and also one that’s well worth the review you’ll find here.

Rating: 4.0/5

Release Date: 15/01/2014

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Available for: iOS, Android

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Virtua Tennis Challenge

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Some of the main points of criticism for Virtua Tennis Challenge are made possible due to its relative lack of beefy content. While Pro Evolution Soccer – a game that also lacks official licensing procedures, making it devoid of the big names of football – has much offer its fans in terms of modes, Virtua Tennis Challenge has an exhibition mode, a rudimentary multiplayer, and also the SPT World Tour Mode. If you can deal with the lack of variety in modes, however, you’ll discover that the swipe controls of Virtua Tennis Challenge allow for a range of technical shots to be utilised, as well as making it accessible for the casual mobile gamer. This review digs up what’s good and what’s not about the game.

Rating: 4.4/5

Release Date: 13/03/2012

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Available for: iOS, Android

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Gachinko Tennis

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There are tennis games out there that attempt to translate the major aspects of the sport into hand-held form, and then there are the ones that just want you to have a bit of simple fun while enjoying a quirky visual design. Gachinko Tennis is firmly in the latter camp, of course, with its 8-bit retro style and its hugely simple smack-it-back-and-forth approach to the sport. There’s a bit of depth here, though: earning upgrades as you go along gives the game some longevity, while the knockout tournaments result in some seriously fun rallies and furious slicing across the court. It’s not realistic, but it doesn’t claim to be – Gachinko Tennis is all about the quirky.

Rating: 4.0/5

Release Date: 04/08/2011

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Available for: iOS, Android

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