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Eleven Table Tennis Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Eleven Table Tennis Review is virtual ping pong at its finest! Eleven table tennis is from Indie developer Fun Labs. They wanted to focus on a very realistic game, yet fun to play. In fact, there is tons of feedback online about people getting so immersed in the game they forget they were in VR and accidentally lean on the virtual table! Let’s get started on this Eleven Table Tennis Review. The game starts with a multi-lingual selection screen. You can play Eleven table tennis in English, Chinese (China), Dutch, French (France), German, Hindi, Hungarian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese (Portugal), Russian, Spanish (Spain), Swedish! A truly multi-lingual game. After selecting the language, you calibrate your room setup, things like the height of your floor. After the initial setup, you are presented with the main room and the tutorial starts. The game walks you through the various parts of learning how to serve and the basic rules. If you don’t know the rules, You hit the ball onto YOUR side of the court, over the net, and then the ball must bounce on the other side of the table, on your opponent’s court. Whoever doesn’t return after a bounce, misses, or hits the net gives the other player a point. Pretty straightforward. I recommend spending some time on the serving tutorial if you are new to the game.TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Eleven Table Tennis Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Eleven Table Tennis Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

You use both of your controllers to play Eleven table tennis. One is a paddle, the other you use for serving. It is pretty fun to fake throw the ball in the air with one controller and line up with the other to hit it. The controls are basic and just work. Several users online have printed out 3D paddle attachments to up their game, but these are of course optional. There are 3 different environments to play in the apartment where you start, a ski lodge and an arena. You can also switch up your avatar to be any number of different things. The AI opponent you play against is one tough cookie. Even playing on easy mode, I was rarely able to get a point in on my first few tries. The serving is definitely the trickiest part initially. After playing through a few games, I was able to get a decent back and forth going. I kept with playing though and was eventually able to beat the AI on Easy after several hours. Yes, hours. This is not some “Wii sports you just swing the racket and then they miss for fun” dealio. Time flew by and I didn’t even notice. Other users, I discussed this with recommended continuing playing with the AI up the difficulty ranks to help improve. I have to say that developers spent a lot of time working on the physics of this game. The balls behave and act like they are supposed to.

Like table, like tennis.

It bounces where it should. There is TONS of feedback about how many updates the developers have released as well as a very active discord server they participate in. This brings me to the worst part of the game. The menus and UI will be noticeably lacking. I frequently got lost in the menu and had a hard time figuring out how to get back to the main screen. I hope they continue to work on this. There is also a strange bug on the Oculus Quest 2, where if you “quit” the game it returns you to a system UI that is not the main Oculus Quest 2 screen. I imagine this will be fixed shortly. There are several different mini-games for you to play too. Beer pong, Quadrants, Wall, and more. Beer pong is legit beer pong. If your friends have the game you can sync up and do some beer pong from across the country. It’s a fun time. Quadrants I had a lot of fun with. The robot server shoots balls towards you and you need to hit it back and make sure the ball lands in the teal-colored areas on the table. This helps you get better at returning the balls to different spots on the table. Each one you miss you lose a life. There is a leader board. Wall is a great idea if you are looking to get your heart rate up and do a workout. The robot server shoots constant balls at you with little pauses in between. You also can adjust these settings. It keeps you on your toes. It almost seems redundant to say but Table Tennis Eleven is exactly that; pure refined table tennis. Blade & Sorcery

Eleven Table Tennis Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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There are no power-ups, magical powers, or a campaign featuring paddle-wielding monsters or foes (although I wouldn’t say no to that kind of experience). Instead, the game employs a very impressive physics system where the ball responded exactly how I imagined. The strength of the hit, the location of the paddle and the proximity to the table all play a part in where the ball ends up. In fact, as much as it pains to admit it, Eleven’s physics system is so life-like that as-usual, my games almost always resulted in a loss. It’s the very definition of “virtual-reality”, a realistic experience portrayed in the real-world. Upon first playing, there’s a short tutorial and then the option to start a match with your chosen difficulty bot, play online, start a minigame or report a bug. I started by playing against the bot and found it to be receptive to my moves and keeping me on my toes (quite literally so make sure you have plenty of space to move side to side). In one of my games, a pop-up appeared with an invitation for a 1-1 against a random player. I accepted this invitation and had one of my favourite moments in VR. We rallied the ball to each other with non-vocal communication. Pointing at who should serve or jokingly victory dancing after a successful hit. After that, I tried out some of the mini-games. These modes once again fully utilise the physics system of Eleven with a ball machine, a wall to rebound off or even cup pong! They’re perfect for practising your skills away from a traditional one to one game.

Take to the stadium.

Compared to more cinematic VR experiences, sound plays a small part in Eleven. A stereo provides spatial audio dependent on the room type and the ball making suitable noises come hit or bounce. Nevertheless, if I was to give one improvement for the game, it would be the addition of new music tracks. Alternatively, the option to integrate a custom soundtrack by using players own music files within the game; especially for those who prefer to play alone. Whilst I silently played multiplayer, the option for microphone use is there and the idea of rallying or competing with a friend whilst talking with each other sounds very appealing. When I wrote this the game was for PCVR only but Eleven Table Tennis is now available on Oculus Quest. The visuals, and most importantly the gameplay and physics have translated to the mobile headset extremely well, making this an outstanding table tennis game for the Quest. I’ll be honest, I toyed with buying Eleven Table Tennis for months. It has universally great reviews but I felt that as a workout, it wouldn’t be intense enough to bother with. I’ve always preferred boxing games, as they seem to be the most high-intensity virtual reality fitness titles, and anything less would be a step backwards. After playing this I have to say I instantly changed my mind. This game is fun! As a fitness offering, it’s definitely on the lower intensity scale than say, Thrill of the Fight or Sprint Vector, but it does offer one thing that no other virtual reality title yet can, and that is a really close approximation to an actual sport.The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim VR

Eleven Table Tennis Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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I’m no ball games expert but the weight of the Oculus Touch controller in my hand, feels to me about the weight of a table tennis paddle, and the level of haptic feedback the controllers supply when you strike the ball, feels to me, just like you are striking a very light, small plastic ball. Furthermore as the playing area for table tennis is, well a table, you can have exactly the same playspace size as you would in the real world… On top of all this, the ball physics are really, really good. All of this means that you can truly lose yourself in this title. It almost tricks your mind into thinking you are playing the real thing. Just be careful not to lean on that table, it isn’t really there! The gameplay itself is simple but addictive. There are AI opponents ranging from pretty easy, too damn nigh impossible. There is also a selection of mini-games designed to improve your accuracy, serve and coordination. The environments are simple but effective. Best of all, there is an active multiplayer community, something of a rarity in VR fitness titles. The gameplay is quite simple: you have to play ping pong and arrive at 11 points before your opponent, having two points of advantage. On your right Touch Controller, you have a paddle, with which you play ping pong, while on the left hand you have some control keys (e.g. to activate the menu). When you must serve, you use your left hand to throw the ball in the air, so that the right hand can smash it.

Hit or Miss.

I appreciated that fact that next to the left hand controls keys that there’s always a tooltip that explains you their use: without any tutorial, I was able always to pick the right key for every occasion (trigger the menu, launch the ball, etc…). From a usability standpoint, this is an awesome thing, so kudos to developers for that. As you can see, there’s nothing to say about the gameplay: you just play table tennis. The real question is: “How do you feel as really playing table tennis?”. And my answer is “not that much”. I mean, I’m not a table tennis champion, but I spent some time at university playing table tennis with my friends after lunch (eh, awesome times… I had lots of fun in those moments… we didn’t play to win the game, we played just to have fun together… ok, now I’m moving, so let’s stop talking about my memories!), so at least I know how to use a paddle and make some points during a match. When I started table tennis VR, I decided to start my first match against the AI and I was ready to have fun. For some reasons, my brain thought that the “Legendary” AI level was the simplest one (I’m a genius, I know), so I started the game and I lost 11-0 with an opponent that continuously sent me balls that had the same speed of the Space X rocket just launched by Elon Musk.

I understood that something was wrong, so I picked up the “Amateur” AI level and I was able to play at a more fair level. I lost 11-0 the same. I couldn’t score any point. And it is not a fault of the physics of the game because it is really well emulated. They did a great job in this. And it is not the fault of the AI because it is good as well. The problems have been: The paddle didn’t feel real: the Oculus Touch controllers have a different weight and weight distribution than a real racket; furthermore, you also hold them in a different way. I tried to use the paddle as it were a real paddle, but doing this way I missed all the shots. Furthermore, without any tactile feedback, it is hard to understand how much force you’re applying to the ball and in which direction. Table tennis is a game of precision, where you have to tune every move accurately… if the perception of the paddle and the ball is wrong, there’s no way to win a game; The table wasn’t real: sometimes, when I did a smash in real life, I leaned on the table and performed the shot. Here there’s no real table to lean on; There was not enough space: when playing table tennis with my friends, I loved doing funny things, as running to left and to the right and sliding on the floor to catch a ball. But playing VR inside my office, I always feared running against a wall, so I almost played only staying stationary.

Eleven Table Tennis Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Eleven Table Tennis Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

This fear made playing the game in a bad way, because I didn’t feel safe to take all the balls. if you want to play table tennis in virtual reality, make sure you have a big play area and get used to how this game wants you to play table tennis. You have not to play ping-pong as in real life, you have to play it as this game wants you to play it. You have to be patient and learn how to move inside the game and how to use the paddle. Once you learn how to do that, you can have fun. I got angry a lot of times because the ball never went as I wanted it to go, but slowly I learned how to use my virtual paddle and in the end, after half an hour or such, I managed to win my first match! The ultimate Table Tennis simulator. Play opponents from around the world or hone your skills by playing a match against our AI. We’re obsessed with creating the most realistic VR table tennis simulation the world has ever seen. After countless hours of hard work and support from our amazing community, we believe that we accomplished that goal. We hope that you enjoy playing Eleven as much as we enjoy working on it. If you run into any issues or if you’re interested in joining our ever-growing community of table tennis fanatics, follow the link in the additional details section and join us on our discord.Into the Radius VR

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