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We have made it super easy to cancel Tennis Clash：Multiplayer Games subscription at the root to avoid any and all mediums "Wildlife Studios" (the developer) uses to bill you. Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
To cancel Tennis Clash：Multiplayer Games subscription on Android, you need to realize that deleting the Tennis Clash：Multiplayer Games app alone won't cut it. Follow the steps below:
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For iOS 11 and above:
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Art style and mechanics are fluid and can totally be improved upon! Skill takes moments to master and each opponent teaches you that you have more to learn just like real sports and Tennis. I sense an overwhelming greed over upgrades and gems and the whole card system. Other games implemented this idea but not with such aggressiveness; sometimes it’s frustrating to get your player to achieve growth in his stats. But it’s so addicting to play! I would love to see an offline option!- To play against bots for coins along with ads. I would like to play and practice when I’m underground on the MTA subway! Also maybe super moves? It would be TOTALLY so rad to watch and can be activated once you’ve reached a certain threshold in a competition— like a “finish him”, sailor moon-esque idea! I feel it’d fit the art style displayed in the loading screen and add more for players to reach for, and save their coint to purchase a “super move” card! I love the games feel and overall see myself keeping this in my game folder with other big names! Thank you for the game and hope to see great things and improvements in the future! Keep serving us greatness
I have played practically every single console tennis game franchise from Virtua Tennis and Top Spin, to Mario Tennis. This game is by far the most realistic tennis game I have ever played. Whoever created this game paid very close attention to the dimensions of a tennis court and the physics of actual tennis. Skill and knowledge about how tennis is actually played (especially at the pro level) is a definite advantage which I like. People complaining about mismatched opponents just need to be patient, and not move up to the higher paying tournaments until they get a better feel for the game and increase the skill level of their players. I have put hours and hours into this game and have played over 1500 matches, and have paid maybe $5 out of pocket, which I didn’t even need to spend (I was just inpatient to move my player up to the next level). This game is not easy by any means, but tennis isn’t either. Definitely download this game if you are a fan of tennis, RPG games, and enjoy competitive challenges!
This is a really fun game to play, but the progression in developing your tennis player characters is slow, can be costly if you let it, and more than anything the current glitches are annoying. The current annoying glitches include: (1) sometimes you hit a clear winner that undoubtedly went in and the game will still award the point to the other player for no apparent reason; (2) similarly, sometimes when you hit your first serve instead of having a fault called and getting to hit a second serve, the game will just give the point to the other player; (3) sometimes when you play in the back court (which is often necessary when you get matched against other players with an insanely higher and untouchable skill level) the game collapses/closes when you flick your finger to hit the ball, with the result being that you miss your shot, the point goes to the other player, you have to rush to relaunch or call up the game screen again so you can continue play, and when you do your character gets stuck and can’t move and if it’s your serve then the next time you serve the ball the serve will go flying off in some bizarre unintended direction thereby giving you a fault and wasting an entire service attempt. These are big glitches that definitely need to get fixed.
I love this game, tennis is my favorite sport to play and watch. This game believe it or not helps me on the court as well. Although there are a few bugs and game freezes every now and again it’s a good layout and design and interface. The biggest problem I have is the very very very very very very very very very very very very very very unfair match pairing. It seems to happen more after I actually purchase some of the offers to stay in the game. I rather not buy items as I love a fair game through and through and don’t want to rush to get bigger leads and upgrades but instead learn the game but it makes no sense for me to be paired with players that have 8-12 point advantages on the most important elements. I typically play the Rome and Moscow tours. If I’m really down Tokyo it is. It use to be based on trophies average it appeared several months ago which was wrong and has since changed but please look into the match pairing. Sometimes I’m going into a match knowing I’m gonna lose but rarely sometimes I’m surprised of a win. I’ve been playing this for the past year I’d say and I’ve seen no major enhancements to this function. Although I do love the regular updates for bug fixes and characters etc, but I’ve seen many many post about this and it’s yet to be addressed.
I wasn’t gonna give this game 5 stars, because of all the nerfing they do, and the updates sometimes mess up my game play. It’s crazy, and you would have to play and see for yourself. But this tennis game, is really over all great and very fun, and competitive. I love it. Plus they give you gems, and you can buy better strings for your racket. So that’s a plus. But it is a money grabber as well. People spend lots of money trying to build up the characters faster, and buying upgrades strings, But.. you don’t know what your gonna get in these high priced bags, you can buy. You rarely get high quality bags when you win a match, Mostly common bags, are given out. But you do get some good bags. Well if you love the game of tennis, and love to play it. This is a great game to play, I play this more than any other game. And I never played a real game of tennis in my life, and I don’t even watch it. But I have watched some matches and I know some tennis players. But I didn’t have to be a tennis fan, to fall in love with this game. Well Good Luck, (Hint) Don’t waste gems on certain items, build em up and save em for when you really want something. I made that mistake, so do some research on the game before you spend money.