Nickelodeon Extreme Tennis coming soon exclusively to Apple Arcade

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Duke it on the tennis court with your favorite cartoon characters.

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if you are having fun Disney Mayhem Mania Feather apple arcade — a Nerdshala Editors’ Choice Award Pick for 2021 – Get ready for Nickelodeon Extreme Tennis. The new game is headed especially for Mobile gaming service list of over 230 games January 21.


In Nickelodeon Extreme Tennis, you’ll compete in tennis matches with your favorite Nickelodeon characters like SpongeBob, Rocko, Garfield and the Rugrats – each with unique special moves, rackets and outfits. As a kid from the ’90s, I was excited to see nostalgic Nickelodeon characters included in the lineup, but this game just isn’t for me.

“Nickelodeon Extreme Tennis is for fans of all ages,” Adrian Wright, vice president of sports at Nickelodeon, told me in an email. “We wanted to make sure whether you grew up watching Nickelodeon in the ’90s or are a new fan that there was something for everyone.”

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The game lets you face off in equally iconic Nickelodeon locations such as Bikini Bottom under the sea, inside the secret base of Invader Gym, or on the roofs of New York City with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in solo or story mode. If you are not a fan of sports games then don’t worry. Practice goes a long way, according to Wright, who says that story modes and challenges are the perfect way to master your game and level up characters.


Garfield taking on the catdog? Not beyond the realm of possibilities in this game.

Some previous titles added to Apple Arcade such as Disney Melee Mania, lego star wars battle And Lego Star Wars: Castaways It appears to be moving the service towards more social and multiplayer games, an area that was lacking at launch.

Apple began laying the groundwork for these new games when it made changes to its service in April 2021. Apple Arcade added more 30 new games on its platform in a day, and reorganized its catalog with categories like Arcade Originals, App Store Greats, and Timeless Classics. The refresh also opened the door for bigger, more console-like games like NBA 2K21 And NBA 2K22, As well as imagination From Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi, and Theo inaccessible From Annapurna Interactive.

Apple also continues to polish the capabilities of its devices to handle mobile gaming, such as the 5G in the iPhone 13 and the adoption of the A15 Bionic chip. With big names coming to the service, as well as more games with multiplayer and social elements, 2022 could be a big year for Apple Arcade.

You can check out Apple Arcade’s extensive gaming catalog, with more games added almost every week, for $5 per month or $50 annually. If you’re interested in trying out Apple Arcade, you can get a three-month free trial with the purchase of a new device, or a one-month free trial if you’re signing up for the first time. . Open the App Store and tap on the small joystick icon at the bottom of the screen to start the service.

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