We don't know why but huge pixels and low-definition design in games are things that still draw our attention despite having mobile devices capable of offering us much more. For some users, it's probably a matter of nostalgia and be able to bring back those sensations they felt back then when they used to play on their Atari, Nintendo NES, Amstrad or Spectrum.
The issue is that the developers of Timberman, the fearful lumberjack that has to cut down tree trunks, have decided to turn him into a tennis player that will hop onto the court to emulate some of the best players in the history of this racket sport. We're talking about Timber Tennis, a very basic game that absolutely brilliant. Your goal is quite obvious: just like in the classic games of this genre, you'll have to stand on one side of the net returning all the balls that land in your court.
It almost returns us to the era of Pong.
We'll have to face up against different characters such as the princess, the hipster or the boxer, and we'll be able to improve our skills and powers with special shots, balls, and other elements. So, just start playing to be able to unlock new characters.
No Roland Garros, Wimbledon or Masters 1000 of Miami, or anything similar. Everything you need to play tennis can be found in this game:
- Huge pixellated graphics.
- 20 different characters to be unlocked.
- 30 balls to be unlocked and different challenges.
- Over 10 different courts.
- Possibility to play in local multiplayer mode (not online) splitting your screen's device in two.
- 8-bit soundtrack.
Without a doubt, an excellent and entertaining tennis game without any other ambition of allowing us to have fun on our Android.