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Center Court 97
alias Blitz Tennis alias Center Court Tennis 97 alias Andre Agassi Tennis [Prerelease name]
Center Court 97 - Double Barrel Screenshot
Information 2 reviews Manual Cheatcode 2 weblinks
9 screenshots 2 boxscans 1 diskscan 2 miscshots Conversion Gamemap
Year of the first release1997LicenseCommercial
Number of disks (or CD)2PublisherAcid (Guildhall) - Worldwide
Number max of players4Budget publisher
Simultaneous max players4DeveloperGernot Fritsche
ArtistsCoder : Gernot Fritsche
Graphician : Gernot Fritsche
Musician : Gernot Fritsche
Language in manualEnglish
Amiga original gameyes
Have cheatcodeno
Have SPS releaseyes
WHD installyesWHD information
Updated  2021-08-01 08:27:44
HD installyesHD notes

- HD installer is contained on disk 1.

- Installation requires approx. 1.5MB HD space.

SubcategorySport - Player
QuickmatchCoding - Blitz Basic / AmiBlitz
QuickmatchGame Controller Support - 4-Player Joystick Adapter (Parallel/Serial Port)
ThemeSport - Tennis
ViewpointTop Down
Conversion hardware
Conversion notes
Classic compilation
Relationshipis a precursor to Center Court 2
is a precursor to Center Court Tennis 2
is an updated version of Center Court
is an updated version of Center Court Tennis
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[1] Written in Blitz Basic 2. Coding, graphics & sound by Gernot Fritsche.

[2] CENTER COURT 97 / BLITZ TENNIS is an enhanced update to CENTER COURT, which retains the old titlescreen of that game in OCS/ECS mode but features a new titlescreen in AGA mode and more. The game is succeeded by the previously unreleased CENTER COURT 2.

[3] Min. Requirements: 1MB ram.
Recommended: AGA chipset (game will auto-detect AGA machines to activate enhanced graphics and features such as 4-player joystick adapter gameplay for doubles mode).

[4] Game features savegame support, and also supports 4-player joystick adapters for gameplay (i.e. doubles matches) [A1200/4000 only].
Additionally, enhanced features include a new titlescreen and a doubles mode for 4 players, which are only available when playing the game on A1200/A4000.

TRIVIA: In 1995/96, BLITZ TENNIS / CENTER COURT 97 was originally set to be endorsed by former U.S. tennis champion Andre Agassi and go by the highly original title ANDRE AGASSI TENNIS (see advert). The license seemingly fell through, however, and the game was named instead after the coding language in which it was written (i.e. Blitz Basic 2). Furthermore, a CD32 version that was originally planned for release never materialised either.

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