Blue Byte Software GmbH is responsible for both developing and publishing Great Courts 2, a third person perspective tennis sports game that was released in the early nineties for older home computing systems. It found its way onto the Amiga, Atari ST, and the personal computer running the MS DOS operating system. It is quite obviously the sequel to the original Great Courts.
Great Courts 2 is a really solid tennis sports simulation. One of the most fun things about it is located at the beginning of the game before you even perform your first serve.
You are able to create your own tennis player using a somewhat flexible system of points allocation. You can drop character points into skill sets such as speed and a variety of strokes, such as backhands or forehands. These skills also raise as you win matches and gain experience.
There are several circuits to play. You can play several ATP tournaments and also the Davis Cup. You can play both singles and doubles matches. After every match, you will receive a little prize money as an ego booster….kind of like a little pat on the back to let you know that you are doing
If you want to try something out of the ordinary, hit against the ball machine or try a game of one against two.