Professional Tennis Simulator
The cool game Professional Tennis Simulator was made and released in the year 1984 by Nintendo.
It is one of the eighteen games, which were made for NES. The sports video game is played from behind-view perspective, consists of flip-screen, and fixed visuals.
The game can be viewed from the rear camera perspective. The controls of the game are simple and the directional keys can be used to move the character of the player in and around the tennis court. A single button is used to hit the ball.
Play solo and dual matches against AI
The game consists of a solo player and two player modes. The player can play double and single matches in dual and single player mode respectively. The game can be played as a competitive match or a cooperative one. The computer plays from the opposition. The difficulty level of the computer can be adjusted from 1 to 5 by the player.
The gameplay becomes interesting with a cool referee. Mario judges the game and decides the winner. What is more interesting than Mario being the referee!
Selecting elements as per your wish
Professional Tennis Simulator offers various options to the players. The players can play the match in different courts which have different schemes of colors. The color of the schemes can be blue and red, blue and blue, red and blue. Moreover, the game consists of three levels of difficulty- pro, amateur, and debutant. The players can demand a demo match in which two AI players compete against each other. The player can learn how to play the matches and adopt some strategies from the AI players.
The player can play only single matches in the game but the player can decide the number of sets to be played.
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