A fascinating sequel to the popular game series about the sporting adventures of a ridiculous woodcutter. This time the brutal muzhik decided to participate in the tournament on tennis, the main award in which stands the universal recognition and a huge bundle of firewood of rare trees. For sure, many gamers are familiar with this protagonist, because his adventures invariably give a smile and a heap of positive emotions. The bearded character, apparently, was tired of the daily cutting of trees, so he wanted to warm up, participating in tennis competitions, but conducted not among professional players, but among amateurs. However, the protagonist could not even think about what test he would soon undergo, because it's one thing to wave an ax and the other to beat the ball. Despite its graphic primitiveness and the predominance of retro notes in the design, the Timber Tennis project can be fully considered, if not the best, one of those arcades of the first half. In addition to the most simple management of the gameplay, the authors have introduced into their product a fair amount of "inexpressible excitement," and it serves as the driver that forces players to run this application every day. And remember about one moment, in case of defeat, you can not replay a meeting, because after that the character automatically drops to the bottom of the rating, and the ascent to the tournament tops will have to start from scratch.
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