Sports computer simulators have always been in great demand among a huge number of users. There are a huge number of factors and various explanations for this, but we will not delve into the essence of this phenomenon but will concentrate on the Tennis Masters. The project received a huge amount of user attention not so much because of its affiliation with a sports project, but because of the arcade component. People loved the ability to play tennis without bothering too much with the mechanics of the game.
Users were not even embarrassed by the presence of numerous boosters during the game, which completely imbalanced the state of affairs on the court and often radically changed the course of the game. But in this, too, people found a zest that they liked. If you want to experience all the above features of the project by your own example, then go boldly into the party, break into big sports, and win major tournaments.
The system offers users three game modes, one of which provides for a multiplayer match on one computer. If you want to find out with your friends who is better and stronger, then you simply will not find a better way. But if you play alone, then you have at your disposal a simple quick match or a real tournament with a large number of participants.
Your task is to defeat each opponent and reach the final in the tournament bracket, where you will have the opportunity to defeat your main opponent. With each new stage, the difficulty will increase markedly. If at stage ⅛ a very simple opponent is waiting for you, then further you will have to sweat noticeably.
How to play?
The game controls are fully integrated into the keyboard. You have an opportunity to control your character using the left/right arrows and strike using the X and Z buttons. Interaction with any menu items is done using the mouse. Move the cursor over the required component and activate it by pressing the left button