Projects / Tennix


Tennix is a 2D bird's-eye-view tennis game with single-player and multiplayer modes. Its features include different weather conditions, day/night play at several locations around the Earth and realistic physics, with the option to write your own opponents in Python.

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Recent releases

  •  11 Feb 2011 11:31

    Release Notes: This release adds support for network play over UDP and refreshes the UI bits a bit, with some bugs fixed and minor code clean-ups in the maintenance tools.

    •  24 Feb 2009 18:28

      Release Notes: A new menu structure, a world map where you can select where to play, and an advanced player input selection have been added to the core game. In addition, it is now possible to write computer opponents in Python, with an example bot included. The game physics have been improved to make the gameplay more interesting.

      •  06 Feb 2009 14:53

        Release Notes: This release adds a new menu system, improves performance (optimized for both low-end PCs and Internet Tablets), and adds more options (including experimental weather effects as Easter eggs).

        •  22 Mar 2008 13:07

          Release Notes: This release fixes a bug when installing Tennix on Unix-like systems via the makefile. The game itself hasn't changed. Packagers and users who weren't able to install version 0.6.0 should use this version.

          •  20 Mar 2008 13:50

            Release Notes: This release adds support for mouse and touchpads to the player controls. Other improvements include increased performance (partial screen updates) and some gameplay improvements.


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