Virtual Table Tennis 3D

Virtual Table Tennis 3D

If you are more into table tennis than regular tennis then you can try Virtual Table Tennis 3D – a free Google Play Android game that lets you play table tennis with a virtual opponent.

The game resembles Play Tennis, an app that we described earlier on our web site, but this is hardly surprising as both applications come from the same developer. As expected you play classis table tennis against an opponent by moving a table tennis racket with your finger and then hitting the ball. The game play has been simplified too so that you can have fun and not be frustrated at the game difficulty. Thus a game consists of 11 points only and if you win a game then you win the match.

Virtual Table Tennis 3D has also been equipped with nice 3D graphics and then music, which make the game definitely worth a look.

Virtual Table Tennis 3D can be found on Google Play here.

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