Tennis in the Face Out Now on Switch

Knock out foes in this wacky physics based tennis game.

Tennis in the Face is a fun, lighthearted physics based puzzle game that’s superbly easy to pick up and play. As it features heaps of slapstick comedy in the form of ragdoll characters being knocked about, it’s great for families with younger kids, or for anyone with appreciation for juvenile mischief.” says Tero Alatalo, CEO of 10tons.

Tennis in the Face is a physics based puzzle game with slapstick humor. The player must clear 120 increasingly challenging levels as the former tennis star Pete Pagassi, sworn to rid the city from the grasp of the corrupt energy drink manufacturer Explodz Inc. The gameplay consists of knocking out Explodz fueled villains like creepy clowns, corrupt riot police, mad scientists and hipsters with swift tennis serves. Bouncing the ball off walls, platforms and other objectives is the core of the puzzle mechanic.

In addition to the game being released today on Nintendo Switch, a few screenshots have also been released and can be seen below.

Features:
Easy to pick-up bouncer gameplay
Hilarious ragdoll characters
Over 120 levels plus bonus game modes

Tennis in the Face is out now on the Nintendo Switch for $4.99.

Marc Villa
Marc Villa
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I have been writing about video games and tech for the last 8 years. Throughout my time I have written for some major and minor publications. I enjoy all things Nintendo, horror and hip-hop. Add me on Switch (ShockyP)