Motion Tennis Cast from developers Rolocule Games, has been released on Google Play. Turning your phone into a racket, the game uses the device various sensors to determine position and motion of your movements. The game is able to differentiate between front and backstrokes and various other techniques like groundstrokes, slices and lobs. Players are even able to apply spin to the virtual ball.
Tennis Cast requires a dedicated screen to play, only using the phone as a controller, and uses screen casting devices, such as Chromecast and Miracast, to transmit data from your phone to your television via an adapter in the HDMI port or to a web browser on a PC.The game has four difficulty levels to be and players can choose to play on a synthetic, grass or clay court. It also contains a feature that tracks how many calories have been burnt during a match and offers an online and time attack mode.
Rolocule have also announced their plans to include support for Android Wear in a future update, allowing players to shake their smart watches to move their cell-shaded sportsman instead of running the risk of flinging there phone across the room.
You can get Motion Tennis Cast here on Google Play.