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Series:  Affentennis
Theme:  Sports, Monkey / Ape
Other:  Essen 2007 releases
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third edition

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Ages Play Time Players
14+ 30-40 minutes 2

Designer(s): Jurgen Kohl

Manufacturer(s): Braunkohl Verlag

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Product Description

Experience fiery duels on red clay, explosive smashes, aggressive volleys, precise shots and well timed lobs. In addition, tactics and nerve play crucial roles in this quest for game, set, and match... and bananas.

Product Information

  • Designer(s): Jurgen Kohl

  • Manufacturer(s): Braunkohl Verlag

  • Year: 2006

  • Players: 2

  • Time: 30 - 40 minutes

  • Ages: 14 and up

  • Weight: 637 grams

  • Language Requirements: Manufacturer's rules are printed in English.

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 4.5 in 1 review

by Ben
The Best Tennis Game Available (except the real game, of course)
December 09, 2008

Affentennis (Monkey Tennis) sounds like a kids game by name, but in play the game is an excellent version of tennis that demands real skill to play well! It's a lot of fun, too. The monkeys show the position of the ball, but the ball is "hit" with a rubber-band powered device. Using simple but clever pieces, players can serve, serve and volley, lob, smash, and more. The game works extremely well and the control is very real, not random, meaning that skill wins the game rather than luck. Unless you're playing the actual game of tennis, you can't do better than Affentennis!

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