Snapchat featured Snap Games is already trending amongst teenagers in the present time. However, maintaining its position asks for constant changes and additions. Therefore Snap Games has come out with another fabulous game called Bitmoji Tennis, that will keep you glued to your phone-screens.
Bitmoji Tennis is a new addition to Snap Games
Snapchat recently announced an exclusive new game on Snap Games called Bitmoji Tennis. It is speculated to have been created, to celebrate Wimbledon. Wimbledon is the oldest Tennis tournament in the whole of the world.
Designed by Snap Games Studio, Bitmoji Tennis is particularly Snap’s second originally owned title. The first originally owned title of Snap is Bitmoji Party. Bitmoji Tennis will be made available to play for Snapchatters quiet soon.
The game allows you to invite your peers right from the chat option. Snapchat users just have to open a chat or a group and click on the rocket icon present on the chat bar. This will open Snap games were the Bitmoji Tennis is available in the games drawer.
Snapchat: How to play Bitmoji Tennis
The game is pretty simple to play. A single tap will help Snapchat users to serve the ball and then they have to run left or right. Once they are close to the ball, their racket will swing automatically. When the racket swings, gamers can tilt their phones to aim their shot.
If the player successfully hits the bull’s eye then they are rewarded with 5 points. The game can be played alone as well as with a friend. Even the option of playing with a bunch of friends is available in the game.
The Sats option which is available in the main menu is the storehouse of scores. One can check their winning points, longest rally as well as the best streak in that option. Advertisements have marked their presence even in this game. Players are allowed to change their rackets in exchange of few minutes to advertisement-watching.
Snap Games was launched in April this year. This small yet significant addition offers a full-fledged gaming experience for all players.
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