Release Notes: This release adds support for network play over UDP and refreshes the UI bits a bit, with some bugs fixed and minor code clean-ups in the maintenance tools.
Release Notes: A new menu structure, a world map where you can select where to play, and an advanced player input selection have been added to the core game. In addition, it is now possible to write computer opponents in Python, with an example bot included. The game physics have been improved to make the gameplay more interesting.
Release Notes: This release adds a new menu system, improves performance (optimized for both low-end PCs and Internet Tablets), and adds more options (including experimental weather effects as Easter eggs).
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug when installing Tennix on Unix-like systems via the makefile. The game itself hasn't changed. Packagers and users who weren't able to install version 0.6.0 should use this version.
Release Notes: This release adds support for mouse and touchpads to the player controls. Other improvements include increased performance (partial screen updates) and some gameplay improvements.
Release Notes: Improvements were made in the Win32 build, including a startup dialog box from which fullscreen mode can be toggled. Optional joystick support was added, which has to be enabled on the command line. Keyboard controls were added. There is background music in main menu.
Release Notes: Improvements in the computer AI should make single player mode more challenging. The ability to pause/unpause a running game by pressing "p" on the keyboard has been added.
Release Notes: Support for real tennis-like scoring (game, set, match). The help text scroller in the main menu describes keyboard controls. Various gameplay-related bugs have been fixed (out, racket swinging). Support for multiple court types has also been added: grass, clay, and hard court are available.
Release Notes: This release adds completely overhauled SVG artwork in beautiful Tango style and a referee to the gameplay. The menu was simplified further. A Debian package is now available. Support for Unix-style installation ("make install") has been added.
Release Notes: This version brings in (faded) line drawing, improvements to the font system, and data embedded in the tennix binary. This makes it possible to "protect" game data from editors. Support for window manager window closing has been added, and the main menu was also improved.