[Press Release] Up for Some Tennis? How about in Your Face? 10tons’ Tennis in the Face launches December 8th on Switch

For the players who simply can’t enough of all the games 10tons are bringing over to the Nintendo Switch, get ready to learn about your next purchase as today we’re sharing the official announcement for Tennis in the Face for Nintendo Switch:


Tennis in the Face on Nintendo Switch™ Starting December 8th:


Tampere, Finland, December 1st 2017 – Tennis in the Face, a physics based puzzle game with slapstick comedy by 10tons, will become available for Nintendo Switch™ on December 8th. The game is priced $4.99 USD (€4.99 EUR)

“Tennis in the Face has been a big hit among kids and the juvenile for several years now. We’re happy to make it available on Switch. It’s very easy to pick up and play, and there’s a lot of inherent delightfulness in seeing ragdoll characters being knocked around.” says Tero Alatalo, CEO of 10tons

Tennis in the Face is a physics based puzzle game with slapstick humor. The player must clear 120 increasingly challenging levels as the former tennis star Pete Pagassi, sworn to rid the city from the grasp of the corrupt energy drink manufacturer Explodz Inc. The gameplay consists of knocking out Explodz fueled villains like creepy clowns, corrupt riot police, mad scientists and hipsters with swift tennis serves. Bouncing the ball off walls, platforms and other objectives is the core of the puzzle mechanic.

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  • Easy to pick-up bouncer gameplay.
  • Hilarious ragdoll characters.
  • Over 120 levels plus bonus game modes.

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Source: 10tons PR


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