One Tap Tennis
  • Review
  • Download
  • Screenshots
  • Discussions
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis
One Tap Tennis

Review One Tap Tennis

Brandon Girod
Simple but compelling gameplay, constant progression, doesn’t spam you with ads
Gameplay may feel too simplistic
After spending a ton of time with One Tap Tennis for Android, I don’t think I could describe it any better than its name does. Speaking of which, holy tennis, Batman! This is a really good game.
As soon as I began downloading this game, I had a suspicion that this was going to be pretty good. As it was loading in, Seeing EA’s name on it made me have a brief flash of regret, but I’m surprised to announce that this game is awesome. It really is a one-touch tennis game. If I were to break the game down to its most basic form, it is basically just a game where you tap when a power meter hits a certain spot. But the developers behind the game cleverly hid the mechanic by building the entire aesthetic around it.
So you play as a tennis player (big surprise) that is making his or her way through tournaments around the world. The structure of each tournament is pretty simple: You have to win every match, no two ways about it. If you lose one of them then you go all the way back to the beginning. If you win then you’ll move on to the next one and will eventually unlock world rankings.
The gameplay is almost painfully simple but in the best way possible. When the ball is hit next to you, where it lands will be highlighted different colors at different distances with where the ball impacts being the middle. Tapping the screen when it hits the middle will get you the most points, but you can hit it at any point as long as the ball is in the highlighted colored areas and return the ball.
Where One Tap Tennis loses points for perhaps being too simple, it makes up for with the amount of things to unlock and the constant feeling of progression. I’d make the argument that the simple but flawless gameplay is what really makes this game standout among other arcade games because everything feels masterfully done.

Final ratings

Gameplay 10/10
Story 9/10
Graphics 9/10
Sound 9/10
What do you think about the app?
Your rating
sign in with
or send anonymous
No comments yet, yours will be the first
We recommend
  • 8 Ball Pool
    8 Ball Pool
    Realistic billiards on your Android
  • 94%
    A great way to play Family Feud if you don’t have a family
  • Stack
    Stack til you drop
  • Crossy Road
    Crossy Road
    A beautiful modern day tribute to Frogger
  • Township
    Agribusiness economic simulator
  • RoboCop
    Intense action and a quality combat experience
  • Shadow Fight 2
    Shadow Fight 2
    Dynamic fighting with shadows
  • Criminal Case
    Criminal Case
    Quality hidden objects play with a CSI plot
  • Kill Shot
    Kill Shot
    Aim, shoot, fire and pay real money
  • Flick Shoot 2
    Flick Shoot 2
    Creative soccer game where you can aim your shots
  • ZigZag
    Challenging and charming timekiller
  • Trial Xtreme 3
    Trial Xtreme 3
    Continuation of the famous bike simulator
  • Farm Heroes Super Saga Match 3
    Farm Heroes Super Saga Match 3
    A new match-three from the Candy Crush Saga devs
  • Cut the Rope: Time Travel
    Cut the Rope: Time Travel
    A playful puzzler that's just good clean fun
  • GT Racing 2: The Real Car Exp
    GT Racing 2: The Real Car Exp
    Fast racing, photo realistic graphics, greedy upgrades
  • Sky Whale
    Sky Whale
    Addictive gameplay
  • Zombie Age 2
    Zombie Age 2
    Dynamic action arcade with drawn graphics
  • QuizUp
    Awesome online quiz service
  • Subway Surfers
    Subway Surfers
    Escape and jump over the trains
    Great atmospheric indie platform game