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Great Courts 2 PC

The second in a series of sports games created by the German company Blue Byte, which will take you to the world's most famous courts. Your task is to take part in a number of famous tournaments and earn as much money as the biggest tennis stars.

Sports | Tennis

PC / Windows
Great Courts 2 cover

developer: Ubisoft Blue Byte

publisher: Ubisoft Blue Byte

Game mode: single / multiplayer

Multiplayer mode: split screen/hotseat, players: 1 - 2

English language game language: English

game release date for PC:

11April1991

The second in a series of sports games created by the German company Blue Byte, which will take you to the world's most famous courts. Your task is to take part in a number of famous tournaments and earn as much money as the biggest tennis stars.

The programme has been significantly expanded in relation to its original. First of all, before taking part in the right games, we create our own character. It runs on similar principles as in many RPG games - we have been given a certain amount of points at our disposal and our task is to properly distribute them among specific skills. When entering a tournament, we choose the tournaments we are interested in, deciding by the way whether we want to play single or double. When it comes to training, the Blue Byte programmers have significantly expanded their options to take advantage of the benefits of a ball spitting machine. There are several different programs available, which will thoroughly prepare us to fight for the highest laurels. By creating a character, we can also determine whether our charge should automatically adjust to the flying ball, or whether we want to have full control over its movements. There is no doubt that this is a great facilitation. If someone can't handle the balls, this option will show him at least how to set the player correctly.

The competition takes place according to all the rules of real tennis. Players serve alternately, changing after each game. The first to win two sets wins the match. Controlling a character is simple and should not pose any major difficulties for anyone. The audio-visual setting has improved significantly and presents an extremely decent level for 1991.

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Age Rating

age requirements: everyone

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