Table Tennis 3D

Table Tennis 3D

Table Tennis 3D is a game that allows you to play table tennis when you feel like it. Given its nature it happens to be one of the table tennis games on Google Play but it is always nice to have a choice so according to us Table Tennis 3D is welcome here.

The game is a simple one but not too simple. It has a straightforward main menu and you can start playing in seconds. You have to select your country of origin (or simply choose one of the ten or so, if you don’t see your native flag there) and then you can choose a tournament and you are good to go. Then you will see the actual table for table tennis and this is it – you are into the action. Just swipe with your finger to hit the ball and then try to defeat your opponent. This makes us say that the game is rather challenging which makes for some very interesting games.

We should praise the developers since the graphics are 3D but you don’t get to see your opponent – all you get to see is your opponent’s racket and that’s about it. We don’t know if this is a downside – graphics-wise it is but then again not having it probably makes the game run smoother. Anyway, we did have fun with Table Tennis 3D and we think you will too.

Table Tennis 3D is a nice app and comes to you for free at that. While it does not pretend to be the best table tennis game on Google Play it does deliver and we are sure you will enjoy this game especially if you are into table tennis. So you can go ahead and download this app – there is nothing wrong in doing so.

The game is right here on Google Play.

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