Tennis Ace is a Ren'Py based furry Visual Novel written by WOTB (WorstOfTheBunch). It is based on Sports Anime/Manga tropes, and follows a more traditional Japanese VN mold, with a lengthier prologue, and a higher focus on characterization and anime-esque art.
For Tennis Ace on the Sega Master System, GameFAQs has 1 guide/walkthrough.
There are techniques to hit an ace in a tennis game, although the skill of your opponent is an impediment to scoring one. A spin and a powerful and/or fast serve are ways to hit an ace as your opponent may have less time to react and touch the ball. Pure deception is another way. Try to disguise the direction where the ball lands on the service box.
Welcome to KyoraStryker's guide for Mario Tennis Aces! This game is the latest installment in the Mario Tennis series of games, and it brings a fresh new take on a classic sports game. Choose from...
Tennis Ace is a visual novel following in the more traditional Japanese VN mold, with a lengthier prologue, a higher focus on characterization and anime-esque art. In the game, you follow the life of an 18-year old boy who aspire to become a professional tennis player at the end of his senior year in high school.
There are four episodes: Episode 1 ends after you encounter Nikki's friends in your home. Episode 2 begins when you meet Valerie for the first time, and ends after you watch TV series with Nikki. Episode 3 begins "1 month after you arrive in Isokaze" and ends after the concert. Episode 4 begins with carving the pumpkins and concludes the game.
Shoichi Urata is Yuuichi Michimiya's best friend and one of the dateable characters in Tennis Ace. Shoichi is a muscular Siberian Husky with dark navy blue fur, light grey underbelly, and green eyes. It is revealed that he is much more robust than he looks.
Welcome back to Tennis Ace! It’s been a while since I streamed the last episode, but I’ve been looking forward to it. This time, we continue Keisuke’s route,...
Our Mario Tennis Aces guide covers all of the various shots you can hit, how the characters differ, and much more. If you’re just starting out in the game, this Mario Tennis Aces guide should be more than enough to let you hit the ground running so you can get a head start on the competition!