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Snoopy Tennis

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Snoopy Tennis
Snoopy Tennis.png
Developer(s): Nintendo
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Game & Watch
Category: Action
Players: Single-player
Predecessor: None (but Peanuts appeared in Nintendo All-Plastic playing cards during the 1970s)
Successor: Snoopy
Release dates
Worldwide: April 28, 1982

Not to be confused with the 2001 Game Boy Color game by Mermaid Studios/Infogrames.

Snoopy Tennis is a game in the Game & Watch series.


"Control Button

Press the button 2 or 3 and move Snoopy to meet the ball. When the ball comes just to the front of Snoopy's face, press the button 1 quickly and return the ball. Lucy's return comes at twice the speed of Charlie's."[1]


As Charlie Brown and Snoopy play tennis, Charlie Brown hits the balls but Snoopy must climb on to a tree to return them. Lucy also tries to intercept the balls returned by Snoopy. As Snoopy, returning balls from Charlie Brown gives two points, and returning balls from Lucy gives three. Missing causes the ball to break some bottles, and the game ends if three are missed. Reaching 200 and 500 points clears any misses, and if the player had no misses at that point it starts a mode known as Chance Time, where the points for returning Charlie Brown's balls are raised to five, and Lucy's to six.[2]


  1. Box's enclosed instruction sheet
  2. NinDB page

External Links

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Snoopy Tennis (Game & Watch) (1982)  • Snoopy (Game & Watch) (1983)  • Snoopy Concert (Super Famicom) (1995)


Nintendo All-Plastic (NAP) Snoopy cards (circa 1970s)  • Template:Sanrio series

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