A simulation of the Table Tennis game on PC. Intuitive, complete and complying with the rules of the Table Tennis game from July 2001. Play against the computer at various levels or against another player. 3 modes of paddle control.
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Description: 3DRT PingPong is an intuitive and inclusive PC simulation of the game of Table Tennis. This game uses the new official rules from July 2001 (but you can play also parts in 21 points, if you like) and permits to play against the computer at various levels of game or against another player who uses a second game pad or keyboard on the same computer. The game allows 3 modes of control for the racket. The simplest is the ARCADE mode: The racket adjusts itself automatically in height and the player adjusts then the position in relation to the table and the strength of the stroke. In NORMAL mode the player can modify the orientation of the racket in addition for every ball. In fashion EXPERT the player can also adjust sensibly the height of the racket before hitting it. The computer is capable to play at various levels and even to play against itself, since each player-computer can adjust individually its own quickness of displacement, speed of reaction, profile of playing: capacity of attack or defense, experience of game. An automatic camera records the doubtful points and replays them in slow-motion. The camera can be activated manually. Players have the choice of the racket type (Attack or All actions), table type: competition or Club, type of decors (Sport hall or Lounge).
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