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Smash Tennis

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Title Screen

Smash Tennis

Also known as: Super Family Tennis (JP)
Developer: Namco
Publishers: Namco (JP), Virgin Interactive (EU)
Platform: SNES
Released in JP: June 25, 1993
Released in US: February 19, 2020 (Nintendo Switch Online)
Released in EU: 1994


CharacterIcon.png This game has unused playable characters.


Known as Super Family Tennis in Japan, this sequel to the NES Family Tennis made it to Europe under the name Smash Tennis, where it became the SNES tennis equivalent of Pro Evo to Super Tennis' FIFA.

Hidden Characters

There are four extra characters in the game that can be unlocked using Pro Action Replay codes. Each has unique character sprites, stats and are completely usable. Code 7E0110 specifies player 1's character. 00 to 13 covers the normal characters, 14 and 15 both duplicate Helen.

16 is Louise. She is the player character, Mako, from the Namcot Theater hidden mode, exclusive to the Japanese release. Shown serving.

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17 is James. He's got extraordinary speed compared to other characters. Shown serving.

Smash Tennis James.png

18 is Jackie, who has an unusual grey palette to her kit. Shown serving.

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19 is Robert. Although powerful, Robert moves at a snail's pace. He has distinctive red shades. Shown receiving.

Smash Tennis Robert.png

Values 20, 21 and 23 generate a female player with no name. She is unplayable, as she is unable to complete serves or move around the court to return shots. Shown serving.

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