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by Rabbx Inc.
Rated: Guidance Suggested
3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)

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Latest Updates

What's new in version 1.2.4
  • Updated to improve device compatibility.
  • Enabled shop feature for those who want to buy more Stars! All features are still accessible without buying Stars, as you can earn Stars every time you play.

Product Details

  • ASIN: B009X43RV8
  • Release Date: December 10, 2012
  • Rated: Guidance Suggested This app may include dynamic content. What's this?
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,219 Paid in Appstore for Android (See Top 100 Paid in Appstore for Android)
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Product Features

  • Challenging, fast paced game based on a classic concept: Don't miss the ball!
  • Two Modes: Single-player is an endless ball-bouncing bonanza; Two-player is a portable party that will turn any other human into your best friend.
  • GameCircle Leaderboards and Achievement tracking for Kindle users.• Hundreds of hand-crafted levels: TNNS randomly selects the levels you play from a deck of literally hundreds.
  • Power-ups: Spend the star coins you earn during the game to purchase power-ups -- multi-balls, protective barriers, or almighty fireballs -- to boost your scores and bragging rights even higher.
  • Customize Shop bursting with backgrounds you can unlock. Clouds! Football field! Tennis courts!

Product Description

~+~ Voted third place for Best Arcade and Action game in the Best App Ever Awards for Android ~+~

TNNS (pronounced “Tennis”) is a game about bouncing and bending balls. It’s a game about keeping your eyes on balls.

Sometimes there are a lot of balls. Too bad you only have two eyes.

Your psychic paddle zips to your finger. Wiggle to bend ball paths once (or twice) to make tricky shots in two hot modes.

TNNS For One: It’s you and a never-ending sequence of progressively trickier levels. Collect star coins; smash star boxes to proceed. Survive as long as you can. Spend money to buy power-ups to boost your scores. Brag to your friends on Facebook or Game Center.

TNNS For Two: If you play TNNS with a friend, they might become your best friend . . . or your worst enemy. Bring the skills you’ve sharpened in single-player to a multi-ball challenge. Bend and swerve. Stage crazy fake-outs. Sink epic shots. Scream when you win; scream when you lose.

"TNNS is a wild arcade game from Action Button Entertainment and Rabbx
that plays like a cross between Breakout and Pong, only about a
billion times better (rough estimate)." JohnB @ CasualGameplay TM.

"This is a game for people who don’t mind their fun coming with a
little agony, and more than a rage quit or two, and it’s for people
who are willing to try, try again." Paula DuPont @ Appstorm

You will never see the whole game: Each trip into the single-player endless mode of TNNS sees you through a path of levels randomly selected from over 500 hand-crafted layouts. The probability of your seeing everything in this game is about as high as the probability of your climbing Mount Everest with one hand tied behind your back. And: spoiler alert -- some of the harder layouts are just plain weird.

That’s right -- Hand-Crafted: The levels aren’t random arrangements; they’re premeditated first-degree obstacle gauntlets designed to always surprise you. Some blocks you break; some blocks you bump; some blocks stay put. Black holes teleport your balls. Sometimes, everything is spinning. And sometimes, it's a chaos freak-out. TNNS is like a pinball machine married a jazz band and had a million weird babies.

Your Android Device is now a portable party: Anywhere you bring your tablet or phone is a place where people are going to like you unconditionally. Experience the shrieking joy of Party Mode -- where players compete for goals . . . or for stars. Or for both! It’s your party: just keep your eyes on the balls. Bend; be tricky. Out-think your opponent. One thing you won’t have to think about is Having Fun: we’ve already done that thinking for you.

Power up, get down: Spend the stars you’ve earned in single-player or multiplayer to buy power-ups at the in-game shop. Make your paddle bigger. Double the coins you’ll earn. Start your next game with an extra ball (or three). Equip boosters to three slots that you can activate when you want: pop a multi-ball to triple your fun, or launch a fireball to tear a stage apart -- if you can control its awesome power.

Customize: Maybe you’d prefer the background look like a football field. Maybe you want the ball to look like a basketball. We like you, so we want you to be happy. Head to the customize shop and go nuts.

Play how you want: It’s your Android device. So play how you want. TNNS is a landmark first* in app Design: the game does not rotate as you rotate your device. The scoreboard, however, does. Play right handed -- or left-handed. Play with the screen held upright and the paddle at the bottom. Or play with the paddle at the top, if you’re feeling feisty. (*Note: Statistic refers only to the 148 apps we have evaluated out of millions available.)

Developed by Action Button Entertainment, LLC; Produced by Rabbx Inc.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
215 of 258 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Epilepsy warning! February 26, 2013
By Rhev
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Ok, first of all, this is a fun game. A twist on pong where you can 'curve' your shots in addition to just bouncing them off your paddle. But I can't give it five stars... I just can't. The colors and flashes of light are like a unicorn vomiting skittles directly into my brain while Richard Simmons dances in a glitter tornado. It does get to be a bit much.
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194 of 238 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Glitchy and annoying, but somehow still fun February 26, 2013
By Saven
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First, the colors really are as bad as everyone keeps saying. This wouldn't normally be such an issue for me, but all the rainbow colored explosions, full screen flashing effects, and cascading color sequences did leave me filling a bit overwhelmed (fyi, I'm 27, not 80). Felt like a blast from Tokyo c1995; I can almost hear the complaints of seizures...

Second, the game is definitely glitchy on my Asus Transformer 101 (A4.0.3). TNNS can't seem to figure out which way the tablet is being held, so instead of simply locking you into one orientation like most apps would do, continuing its psychedelic trip, it rotates half of the elements with the paddle remaining on the one side, but most everything else rotated '.' It took me about 3 frustrating minutes of trying to play overhand before I figured this out.

Third, this game is so so, so so so random when it comes to when it will register your actions. This game will take some patience for this reason alone.

So why still give it 4 stars? Because it was still fun enough to keep me playing for about 10 minutes, and after giving the 2 player mode a shot, it's a blast! There really aren't that many good 2 player games out there, and this definitely beat all the "table hocky", "footbal", and orher glorified pong equivelents out there, and for what it's worth, it does a great job of not feeling like pong! Awesome that it's free; if I was looking for some new games to play with friends in the bar or on MUNI, I would definitely count this a bargain for $2. Let's hope the developer creates an alternate, Color-light, graphics option in the future, yeah?
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126 of 160 people found the following review helpful
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While this game takes seconds to learn, it will take a very long time to master. Similar to air hockey, you basically move your paddle to hit the ricocheting ball. Along the way there are twists and turns (like additional barriers on the game floor to make game play more difficult). You can play the game in portrait or landscape mode.

You don't have to touch the paddle to move it. You can slide the paddle back and forth by placing your finger just below it. This way your finger does not block your view of the paddle. You have the option to set controls at "easy" or "expert." You can play solo or with two players.

As you progress through the game, you earn "stars" that can be used to purchase power ups and special customized game options. There are is NO IN APP PURCHASING. The options you can purchase can cost quite a few stars, so you'll want to use them wisely.

I love that the concept of this game is so simple yet its artistry and execution are magnificent. The graphics of this game are electrifying and the sound effects are slick. Some could find the psychedelic graphics a bit much, so it might be best to limit play time. Regardless, I recommend this game. It has an abundance of levels and will keep you occupied for endless hours.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars good and colorful February 26, 2013
By H.Blum
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if you like bright colors then you'll like this app its awesome just not a 5 star review not that awesome but you get it. /)^_^(\
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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I downloaded this game when it was featured as the free app of the day. I found myself pleasantly surprised, as there have only been a few of the free apps offered by Amazon that I've actually enjoyed. This game is based on a very simple concept: keep your ball from getting beyond your paddle while maneuvering around obstacles and collecting power-ups. It's easy to pick the game up and play, but it takes some time to get used to the environments and the in-game items. As you advance, it requires more skill and better reflexes. The ball's direction is controllable by the player, so it's a bit deeper than just hitting it as it comes at you.

I've noticed that the colors in the game have taken a lot of criticism in particular. I'll admit that the game looks downright psychedelic most of the time, but I feel that it contributes to the fun mood that the developer was going for. Each level often has a different color scheme than it did the last time you saw it. The explosions and color blasts are really awesome to see.

All in all, I'm very pleased to have discovered this game.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Neat spin on a classic February 27, 2013
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This game is not like most other paddle ball games you find it offers unique methods of control that I find to be very fun. No glitches or issues on my Motorola razr m with jellybean
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars AWESOME February 27, 2013
By Chaser
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this game is GREAT! I am always looking for challenging games, and this one is challenging AND fun AND has bright Colors(which I LOVE)! only issue is that customizations are very expensive. GREAT GAME! GET IT WHILE IT IS FREE! and if you don't like Colorado then quit hating and giving bad ratings just because you don't like LOUD color schemes! that is a matter of opinion!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Game, OK Presentation February 26, 2013
By Josh B
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TNNS is a refreshing remix of the brick-breaking genre. The little pause when you hit the ball is great for lining up your shots. The only complaints I have are that the UI could use a little polish and the tutorial could explain the subtle parts of the control scheme.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars kill it
I don't know why this is apart of my account I never purchased it, I just would like to have it removed
Published 2 months ago by edwin f ortiz
2.0 out of 5 stars Two Stars
Don't like.
Published 3 months ago by ITNOJ
2.0 out of 5 stars TNNS
I was just too old and too slow for this game. Oh my goodness it's just so fast paced and so many things bleeping and blopping around. Better for the youngsters.
Published 6 months ago by Muffin
5.0 out of 5 stars Good ole' fashioned pong
Pretty entertaining. GJ peeps. I'd like to see some updates with more s*** though, i'm getting tired of the same old.
Published 11 months ago by Zo
1.0 out of 5 stars Not for me
Tough to get the thing to turn, or I'm just slow... just not for me, too borning/simple for my personal taste.
Published 14 months ago by Jen Y.
3.0 out of 5 stars Ok game
Similar to air hockey, you basically move your paddle to hit the ricocheting ball. Along the way there are twists and turns. I would not recommend this game.
Published 17 months ago by scott davis
1.0 out of 5 stars i uninstalled it didn't like the game
i just didn't get into the game it wasn't for me it might be for yo give it a try
Published 17 months ago by Buckeye Drew
1.0 out of 5 stars Confusing
To many bright colors and werid rules make this game very hard to understand and get points. I dont recamend it
Published 19 months ago by someone
3.0 out of 5 stars Worth every Penny
Worth every Penny...As the Amazon Free App of the Day this was well worth the price I paid for it. I only get the ones that are worth it....
Published 19 months ago by TeeDee
1.0 out of 5 stars un
install and uninstall within 10 mins not good do not recommend regret downloadig and installing.... amazon supports too many crappy apps from amazon app store
Published 20 months ago by Brooklyn
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