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Sunday Times hatrick

Pro Tennis Volley in the Sunday Times

There have been some great hatricks in history, most famously if you’re English the wonderful Geoff Hurst hatrick in the 1966 World Cup final.

But Neon Play has just had a nice little threesome (so to speak) of their own. We’ve just had our third Sunday Times game feature in just under two months.

Following lovely reviews for Flick Football Super Save and Paper Glider Crazy Copter, we now have had Pro Tennis Volley with a lovely write-up from the top man that is Stuart Dredge.

Smashing review

And he’s given our addictive tennis volleying game a lovely five star rating (quite rightly), which makes us very happy indeed. All we need now if for Andy Murray to win Wimbledon and everything will be hunky dory...

Pro Tennis Volley Sunday Times review

Rent a quote

Oli Christie, CEO of Neon Play commented, “We love being in the Sunday papers (unless it's front page scandal in News of the World), so it's a great honour once again to be in the Sunday Times with our great new game Pro Tennis Volley. Ace!”



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