· review computeremuzone
The Murcian company TCH had a considerable number of launches, which seeing as they are, probably did not achieve great distribution (bars and pubs to rage).
The board chosen by TCH was based on Amiga, and that is evident in almost all of its games, especially in the sound section, where we even hear "MODS" as part of the band.
Reality Tennis is a curious and quite accelerated game of Tennis, which uses, without disgust (or license), digitizations of famous tennis players of the nineties, with quite similarities with some games of that time of the same sport.
The result is quite apparent, with regular graphics and good sounds, but the lack of variety in the blows and the clumsy execution of the game in general, leaves us the feeling of playing Pong disguised as Mortal Kombat.
The emulation in MAME, in addition, is somewhat deficient.