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Serve, spin and smash your way to glory! Stunning graphics, intuitive swipe controls, high speed gameplay and multiple game modes have made Table Tennis Touch the world's #1 table tennis game. • CAREER - rise through the ranks in a packed career mode featuring tournaments, leagues and special events. Work your way through Club, National and International events to become the table tennis World Champion. • MINI GAME FUN - 12 unique ping pong challenges including Half Table, Skittles, Accuracy Zones and more! • MULTIPLAYER - take on your friends in cross platform local real-time multiplayer matches. Then try your hand at Glass Table - a unique multiplayer mini game. • CUSTOMISE - unlock faster bats in Career and customise with over 30 designs to choose from. • REALISM - stunning arenas, realistic physics and sophisticated AI. • RECORD MATCHES - record your best shots with Replay Kit. • ACHIEVEMENTS - loads of trophies to collect. • OFFLINE GAMEPLAY - no internet connection required. What are you waiting for? Go hit some balls! FEEDBACK OR QUESTIONS? We'd love to hear from you so drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out the FAQs over at https://support.yaku.to
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I am hooked on this game. It is so fun and it is a challenge. There are a few things that I think could be improved. First off, something is causing the game to lock up, just every once In awhile. I was having to start over on the career mode every time it locked up and was just about to delete the app, after the third time I was deep into the game and had to start over, when I figured out I can reset my Ipad while the game is locked up and I only lose what I am currently on instead of my whole career. The other thing is that some of the mini games are set up to where I slam the ball as hard as it will go and it’s almost looks like the opponent blinks and is there making it impossible to do a passing slam.…the whole challenge. I highly recommend!
The game play is fun the “online” component only works on local WiFi so it’s not online which is the main reason I downloaded the game the real reason the game is so frustrating sometimes when you try to hit the ball it sometimes just fazed through the paddle and this is extremely present in the more skilled opponents in a quick play match vs more of the more highly skilled opponents the game used to be 5$ which is an absurd price for such an unpolished game but making the game free was a good change the story/career mode is boring after the first few tournaments I’ve read a couple of the reviews for the game and they made it so it was less skilled base which is fair enough but the game is so brutal with its first couple of tournaments you have to go through a practice stage before every tournament which is fair enough but after the first stage or club section the game really steps up and starts to punish you with the horrible controls the serving is a horrible process where you barely ever can hit an advanced serve and if you miss no second tries to attempt to correct the horrible mechanics the game is just flat out unpolished
The game plays fun, but I’ve noticed that no mater how hard I try, I can never hit it out of the table. I’ve been trying to commit an error on purpose to test this out, and the ball always stays in play. Which means that the player doesn’t really have full control over the direction of the ball. It’s only about timely hitting. That’s somewhat unsatisfying. Especially since the super realistic graphics imply that the game will be realistic to play. I play actual ping pong, and players, especially beginners, have a hard time keeping the ball in play. They either hit the net, or miss the table. Neither of these ever happens in this game. I assume that’s done on purpose to make the gameplay suitable for more people, but it would be nice to be able to switch to a more realistic mode, in which you have more actual control, even though it will be more difficult to learn that control. But, despite this, it’s still a fun, and a great looking, game.
I’ve read some reviews about just negative negative negative come on how perfect can at really get it for being able to play on a little phone it’s held in our hands and it to mimic the actual game itself is amazing I myself would like to believe I’m a amateur to pro table tennis player in real life. In this game has got me in numerous my table tennis friends and love sure there’s a lot of things I could be fixed sure there’s a lot of things that don’t work but the overall is it can’t get much better than this except for I’m trying to figure out how to play my friend do we have to be on the same Wi-Fi or something
This game has become my favorite iPhone app and I have many. Beautiful realistic graphics, simple to play and navigate, clean and well organized. Most of all a completely realistic and authentic feeling of playing live table tennis. Even my strengths and weaknesses are the same here as in real life. I love this game and pull it out any chance I get. It’s especially great for shorts breaks during the day. The training sessions are absolutely fun and the tournaments offer a real life feel of nervousness and excitement. I love that I am playing in front of a live audience that applauds my wins! Outstanding work in development. And great fun to play!
Developed by Yakuto.
Table Tennis Touch is ranking in Games & Sports & Casual
Last update was at May 11, 2021and the current version is 3.2.0331.
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Table Tennis Touch have a 2 332a user reviews.
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