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consists of 18 releases.
Released Jan 14, 1984
SpiritSphere is a Zelda and Windjammers inspired local multiplayer game.
Hot Shots Tennis arrives on the PSP by applying the "Hot Shots" formula to tennis with unique characters and 4 player ad-hoc multiplayer.
Virtua Tennis is the first game in Sega's arcade tennis franchise.
The second Mario sports game developed by Camelot. It was the first game to include Waluigi who eventually became a recurring character in Mario games.
Tennis game for Neo Geo pocket Color. This game was a separate release after Pocket Tennis for the monochrome Neo Geo pocket.
A tennis game for the Watara Supervision.
An unlicensed tennis game for the NES
Super Tennis, a 1991 tennis game for the SNES, features a Circuit mode that lets players compete to end the year at number one by accumulating ranking points on eight different tournaments.
A game for the Game Master handheld
A multiplayer tennis game for the NES and Famicom which featured the names and likenesses of professional tennis players Chris Evert and Ivan Lendl.
The classic game of Tennis for the Game Boy, originally release in 1989. Features four skill levels.
A tennis game developed by Konami for the Famicom Disk System in 1988. The first in the Konamic series of sports games.
A tennis game published by Jaleco for the NES. Known in Japan as "Moero!! Pro Tennis".
The first installment in the Family Tennis series. It was released for the Famicom in late 1987 by Namco and was the second tennis game for the system.
A Tennis game for the Sega Master System, developed by Sega themselves. Part of the "Great" series of sport simulations created around the system's launch.
A tennis game for Commodore 64.
The first video game ever developed by Yuji Horii and the title that motivated him to become a full-time game designer.
A jolly simulator for the Atari 2600 in which two ghosts play a friendly game of tennis.
Tennis is a Pong imitator built into the Fairchild Channel F console (released in 1976).
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