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Top Players' Tennis

Released October 13, 1989 · consists of 3 releases.

A multiplayer tennis game for the NES and Famicom which featured the names and likenesses of professional tennis players Chris Evert and Ivan Lendl.

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Top Players' Tennis

First release date October 13, 1989
Platform Nintendo Entertainment System
Developer Magical Company
Publisher Asmik Corp. of America , Asmik Ace Entertainment , Nintendo
Genre Tennis
Theme
Franchises
Aliases Four Players' Tennis World Super Tennis

Overview

Top Players' Tennis ("Four Players' Tennis" in Europe, "World Super Tennis" in Japan) is a four-player tennis game for the NES which used a special multi-tap adapter for the extra players. The game offers singles and doubles match modes with various configurations of players. The player has the option to participate in four famous tennis tournaments such as the U.S. Open and Wimbledon in the single-player, though they need to pass the introductory "Asmik Open" first.

The game features two professional tennis players who were famous at the time: Chris Evert and Ivan Lendl, even though Chris Evert had retired by 1989. Both Evert and Lendl were removed from the 1992 PAL version, replaced with two generic characters. Alternatively, the player can choose to customize their own tennis player and allot points to various statistics, such as strength and agility, during their creation. Additional points are earned by winning matches.

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Specific release details

Four Players' Tennis
Four Players' Tennis
Platform Nintendo Entertainment System
Region United Kingdom
Developer Magical Company
Publisher Nintendo
Release date N/A
Product code None
Company code NES-74
Rating
Minimum Players 1
Maximum Players N/A
Resolutions N/A
Sound Systems N/A
Single player Features N/A
Multi player Features N/A
Widescreen Support No
Notes N/A

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