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10th Frame (Commodore 64)

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MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
3.2
MobyScore
5 point score based on user ratings.

Advertising Blurbs

Back of Cassette Inlay - Commodore 64 (UK):

    10thFRAMEâ„¢

    Pro Bowling Simulator by Roger & Bruce Carver

    Get out that shirt, put on your bowling shoes and get ready to roll with 10th FRAME! This simulation gives you the look of "real" bowling through outstanding graphics and a true perspective view.

    With multiple levels of play, realistic pin action and automatic scoring, 10th FRAME is a bowling experience the whole family can enjoy.

    Contributed by FatherJack (43842) on Jun 05, 2014.

Back of Box - Commodore 64 (United States):
    Get out that shirt, put on your bowling shoes and get ready to roll with 10th FRAME. This sports simulation captures the real look and feel of bowling with true to life animation of strikes, spares and splits. With multiple levels of play and automatic scoring, 10th FRAME is a bowling experience the whole family can enjoy!

    • Joystick controlled
    • Scoreboard Printout
    • Up to 8 Different players including League play
    • Automatic Scoring
    • Power and Hook Control
    • Outstanding sound and pin action
    • SPECIAL 'KIDS' LEVEL INCLUDED

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (112037) on Jan 31, 2010.

Back of Plastic Case - Atari ST (United Kingdom):
    Get out that shirt, put on your bowling shoes and get ready to roll with 10th FRAME! This simulation gives you the look of "real" bowling through outstanding graphics and a true perspective view. With multiple levels of play, realistic pin action and automatic scoring, 10th FRAME is a bowling experience the whole family can enjoy.
    • Mouse controlled
    • Power and Hook Control
    • Automatic Scoring
    • Outstanding Sound and Pin action
    • Scorecard Printout
    • Up to 8 Different Players including League Play

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (112037) on Jan 31, 2010.