Stickman Tennis

Stickman Tennis

The Stickman series has been quite popular on Google Play offering a number of games with different themes every time. Now you have the chance to experience tennis in the Stickman package by downloading and playing the Stickman Tennis game – a free app for your Android device.

Stickman Tennis is tennis – this is it. The game gives you a few options to choose from when you start it – you can train for a bit to see how to play the game, play a quick game or play a tour. If you choose to play against an opponent, you will see that you will be playing against opponents that have almost the same names as current world-class tennis players, which is nice. The gameplay is not much different when compared to other tennis games of the same class – you have to place shots in hard-to-reach areas and then win the game. Your player runs automatically (this option can be turned off) and all you have to think of is where to place your shot and which strike to use (there are three). Timing is also important so be careful when pressing the buttons on your display.

Unfortunately we encountered a phenomenon that might be a problem or not. The truth is that when you are placing a strike, the graphics slow down and become choppy, so choppy it is hard to play. This might be a bug or a special feature in the game that gives you time to place your shot better. We do not know, but if it is the latter, then the developers have to work a bit more on this app.

All in all Stickman Tennis is not a bad app. It will take you to the world of tennis for free and you will have fun with it, for sure.

Stickman Tennis resides here and feel free to take a look at it before playing it.

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