First Person Tennis 2


First Person Tennis 2's review

by Peter Warrior

A tennis game played in first person view

  • Intense and challenging gameplay
  • Original features: POV camera and vibration
  • Adequate physics and technical performance
  • Minor menu interface issues

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"Player one, advantage"

Mankind has always loved tennis videogames. The first videogame ever, Pong, was indeed a tennis game. We're in the year 2013 and people still love tennis games and here's FPT2, ready to satisfy your tennis needs.

In fact, this game is brilliantly adapted to mobile and nearly everything works by gestures instead of buttons, so you actually drive and pass with your fingertip as if you were swinging the racket. In addition, you can change the camera from third person to point of view, which is quite innovative and thrilling. It might happen that you serve by accident because you tap on screen when you shouldn't or that some menu button doesn't react at the moment, but you'll get used to it.

You can also play on different terrains to check how balls bounce differently. It may not be a super-realistic tennis simulator, but it's pretty accurate bearing on mind we're on a mobile device. Likewise, the smart use of device vibration adds a fresh touch, quite literally speaking.

It can be played for free for as long as you want, but you should check the complete version to unlock all features.

Tags: pov tennis

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