Table Tennis Touch 4+

Offline ping pong


    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Join the ultimate Table Tennis game and rise through the ranks to become a world champion!

Serve, spin and smash your way to glory! Stunning graphics, intuitive swipe controls, high speed gameplay and multiple game modes have made Table Tennis Touch the world's #1 table tennis game.

• CAREER - rise through the ranks in a packed career mode featuring tournaments, leagues and special events. Work your way through Club, National and International events to become the table tennis World Champion.
• MINI GAME FUN - 12 unique ping pong challenges including Half Table, Skittles, Accuracy Zones and more!
• MULTIPLAYER - take on your friends in cross platform local real-time multiplayer matches. Then try your hand at Glass Table - a unique multiplayer mini game.
• CUSTOMISE - unlock faster bats in Career and customise with over 30 designs to choose from.
• REALISM - stunning arenas, realistic physics and sophisticated AI.
• RECORD MATCHES - record your best shots with Replay Kit.
• ACHIEVEMENTS - loads of trophies to collect.
• OFFLINE GAMEPLAY - no internet connection required.

What are you waiting for? Go hit some balls!

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What’s New

Version 3.4.8

Bug fixes and improvements. Thanks for playing!

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
4.7K Ratings

4.7K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

With a finesse worthy of the sport’s top athletes, Yakuto has crafted a highly polished and rewarding table-tennis game. You’ll love its excellent controls, which let even rookies apply subtle spin or smash shots past an opponent. But with crisp visuals, a deep career mode, fun mini-games, and several difficulty settings, Table Tennis Touch gives players of every skill level plenty to chew on.

CcKing0024 ,

Good But....

This game has a ton of potential and brings a high level of excitement. However that potential and excitement is quickly tempered by gameplay hiccups that on the surface may seem petty. But those hiccups very quickly become major issues. What I am referring to is the bat or paddle as some may know. Like many games out there in the gaming world, a player is rewarded for their effort as the progress thru the various levels. This is no different. The game teaches the basics of proper gameplay and gradually becomes more difficult as you progress thru various levels. When you win a match you are rewarded with experience points which opens different games and practices. The more you play the better you become. But you will learn very quickly that the bat you play with is NOT going to help you much beyond the practice lvls. You will need to take time to practice the various returns, serves etc. This is where the type of bat comes in. Some are good for sheer speed, others for control and spin. But this isn’t easy to find. I earned several “upgraded” bats with high spin and control. The problem was that I had absolutely no idea how to use them. Finding where I could switch the bats took some time. That is the major issue. I would like an easier menu to navigate so I don’t have to spend so much time looking for the bat I wish to use. Don’t be fooled by the skins either... they do NOTHING for your overall control and spin. They are nothing more than flash.

Fewtyre ,

Fun Ping-Pong Game with a couple flaws

Firstly, I don’t think that Ping Pong Fury really improved upon what it’s predecessor, Table Tennis from Yakutia, built up. Excluding the UI and graphics, I honestly preferred the former. The “Ping Pong Pass” is nowhere near the value of $5. A couple pods and some tacky skins? I don’t think it’s worth it. Next, some of the cosmetics and graphics within the game are downright uncompetitive. For example, the Chicken blade skin has two ping-pong ball sized eyes that make it excruciating the play against. It’s almost unfair that an opponent can use such a broken skin. In addition, the table in Tokyo needs a redesign. I’m not sure if it is based off of a real life design, but the white table-white ball combo makes no sense. At least add some red to the table? Or make the ball red in Tokyo? The bots in the game are so boring, and they usually have an overpowered bag so that their spin makes up for the boring gameplay. Overall, it’s a fun game. Download it if you enjoy ping pong and good graphics.

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