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Zen Table Tennis: the world's most intense sport.

It is a long way from the pick up ping pong matches in the filthy back alleys of Lhasa to the ethereal mountaintop temple of the Ten Thousand Paddles. But here you are, one match from enlightenment. There is just one problem -- a pair of oddball opponents names Yin and Yang who have seemingly mastered the physics of the sport. Well, two can play at that game. Remember the teaching: "Become the ball."

To play drag the paddle with your finger. Flick the paddle left and right to control direction and spin.

The winner is the first to score 11 points or higher with a 2 point advantage. Service alternates every two points.

Press your score at upper left to bring up the menu. Turn sound off and on, set difficulty easy or hard, change opponents. Press 'go' to resume the game.

Tilt sideways to play in landscape mode.

Win or lose, a fortune cookie awaits at the end. You will soon be back for more.

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