|Super Real Tennis|
|Developer: WOW Entertainment|
|Number of players: 1|
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Super Real Tennis is a 3D tennis game developed by WOW Entertainment and originally released in 2004.
Super Real Tennis was considered a milestone for the mobile games industry, being released exclusively as a pre-installed game for the Sony Ericsson K700 handset as a demonstration of the system's capabilities. It was among the first games to utilise the recently-created Mobile 3D Graphics API (JSR 184), a 3D graphics "standard" for lightweight versions of Java allowing for textured polygonal 3D models to be rendered on-screen at a reasonable frame rate. As such, Super Real Tennis was the first "true" 3D game to be released by Sega for the mobile phone market.
Super Real Tennis was never released as a stand alone product, and heavily promotes Sony Ericsson in-game. As well as being bundled with the K700, it was also included in its successor, the K750.