Pro Tennis Simulator

Pro Tennis Simulator, developed by Gavin Raeburn and published by Codemasters in 1989.

Longplay Information

Author(s): MadMattyMadMatty
System: Commodore 64 / 128
Subtitle Language:
Additional Info: No information available
Publication Date: 11/05/2022
YouTube Release: No information available
Duration: 00:40:50
File Size: 47.93 MB (49084.00 KB)
Downloads: 11 downloads
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Player's Review

""You've got to be kidding, the ball was IN!, see the chalk dust!!!." All the atmosphere of major league tennis - serve that ACE, SPIN and SLICE, work your way to the top with this superb simulation."

Another unnumbered Gaxx (Gavin Raeburn) budget game sold for £2.99 in the Codemasters Simulator series.

It's tennis in its simplest form. The sound is minimal but the minimal gfx are nice and detailed and the game plays smoothly. Getting the ball to go where you want is the challenge. Overll though I would much prefer to play Realsports Tennis on the Atari 2600.

The longplay goes on longer than planned as I hadn't realised that the game runs endlessly. I was expecting it to end after the four sets on the scoreboard were completed. I manually quit the game. After I show a best of 3 - 1 set games on Average difficulty. This dint honestly feel that different to Hard mode. Finally I show a single round of very Easy mode.

Overall, not a bad budget game on the C64 as long as you are into tennis that is. The presentation is good and with more work might have been able to become a full priced game with multiple players to choose from and championship mode with an ending. what could have been..

00:00:00 Title Music
00:00:52 Gameplay (Hard Mode)
00:35:38 Gameplay (Average Mode)
00:39:30 Gameplay (Very Easy Mode)