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Published on July 8th, 2013 | by James Maxwell


Tennis RPG ‘Flick Tennis’ Smashes Onto Android

I have to admit that I’m not typically a fan of sports games on android. I usually find that the controls aren’t responsive enough to make for an enjoyable experience. Rolocule’s new tennis RPG Flick Tennis looks to change this by implementing an all new control scheme into the mix. Have they managed to succeed, or have they just served up a double fault?

It seems that critics have been finding Flick Tennis to be an all around solid tennis game. The game won the People’s Choice Award at the 8th International Mobile Gaming Awards, and it has an impressive user review average of 4.5 stars on Google Play.  Those two sources alone can guarantee that Flick Tennis is going to be well worth your time.

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Flick Tennis isn’t your typical game of tennis though. As I stated above Flick Tennis is actually a tennis RPG, which means you will be gaining experience and levelling up while playing through the game’s solid story mode. The game’s story is told through a great comic-book styled narrative, which puts you in the role of a tennis prodigy that wants to become the best college tennis player around The art style is unique, it looks nice, and the story seems compelling enough to keep any tennis fan entertained.

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Flick Tennis’ Key Features:

Inventive new controls scheme

Head to Head Multiplayer, Doubles, & Story mode

35 pages of Comic Book in 11 episodes,

12 difficulty variations,

11 gorgeous tennis courts,

10 unique players and much more!


If you’ve been looking for a great tennis game for your mobile device look no further than Flick Tennis. The game is free to play Google Play, and looks like it’s going to keep you busy for quite some time. Beware that the game requires over 100MB of free space, so make sure you’ve got yourself enough room before trying to get this on your device.


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is both co-founder and co-editor of SGD. I am a university student in Edmonton Canada, and I'm a huge fan of all things Android; especially the hottest new indie games.

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