Tennmac is a card-driven tennis game with a gameboard showing the tennis court. Each player is playing with 4 cards (action- cards) and when he plays a card he immediately draws a new card. The game board is divided into segments from A1 to E3 on each side of the net. The cards (total 96) refer to that segments (to where the ball is played) and the opponent has to be with his 'player' (figure) in an adjacent segment to hit the ball. During play, the figure is able to move 1 segment before the action card is played. Some cards are marked as 'stop-ball' or 'Net-roller', that means, the player has to reach the named segment to be able to hit the ball. Tennmac is a strategic tennis simulation.