by Emmanuel Rivoire May 30, 2013 at 8:03 am (Article originally submitted May 30, 2013 at 6:38 am), Views: 3436
Tennis Elbow 2013 released for Linux
The tennis game for all tennis lovers
Tennis Elbow 2013 is a tennis simulation with an easy and intuitive learning curve, but with exceptional gameplay depth.
In this tennis game, you'll have to show all your tactical skills, use an iron mind and quick reflexes, as well as a sharp eye to guess the ball trajectories, all of this to choose your next strike wisely.
To beat your opponent, you have the choice between all the possible strikes on a real court, from the safe strike to the acceleration, including the drop shot and the topspin lob.
This tennis simulation is designed for all tennis lovers, whether gamepad mashers or keyboard novices, because of its numerous difficulty levels. In addition, a visual help system will assist you in aiming the ball and positioning your player. You can turn these options on and off whenever it suits you.
TE2013 features one of the most complete World Tour ever made in a tennis video game. With 3000 players evolving other 38 years, competing in 300 tournaments each year, from the low rank tournament qualifications to the top level event finals, both in singles and doubles competition, you'll feel like diving in a real professional tennis player’s career.
For the best gaming experience, the minimum system requirements are: a 2 GHz CPU with 512 MB RAM, and a 128MB 3D video card.
The full version of Tennis Elbow 2013 is priced at US$24.95 / EUR19.
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