The game is a straightforward yet pleasing enough adaptation of lawn tennis (and its classic 1960s and '70s video game adaptations).
It's one of many mini-games Google has added to its search engine over the years.
One of the world's greatest and most famous tennis tournaments, Wimbledon, is entering its final stages in the United Kingdom, and many tennis fans will be watching the matches when they can, or subsequently searching for scores online to find the outcome of those they missed. You don't have to do anything to hit the ball, it's very much like a game of pong, except your player is the paddle. You can find it at www.google.com, it's a fairly well-known website, and you may have heard of it.
Then open Chrome on your computer or phone and type "Wimbledon scores" into the Search bar.
Scrolling past headers for singles and doubles matches reveals a green tennis ball ― clicking or tapping on it prompts a pixel-art tennis game to load. Simple, return the ball if you can, and if you think it's going to be easy, don't.Читайте также: Google is giving social networking another try with Shoelace
Tap to start the game.
Those who are playing on smartphones need to tap on the left and right side of the screen to control the player.
We're not exactly huge experts here at TechRadar, as the highest score we got is 19 (and some members of the team only reached a measly seven), but we've got some tips that may help.
Click on it. You will now be able to play your own game without leaving your desk. Expect the ball to bounce back at some random angles! You might not notice this at first, but it's worth remembering as the game goes on.
It's a fun little time waster and a bit more challenging than it looks.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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