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RocketBowl

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2.6

Advertising Blurbs

www.xbox.com:
    Local Multiplayer 2, Xbox LIVE Multiplayer 2-4, System Link 2-4, HD (High Definition). Purchase the full version of ROCKET BOWL and get rolling on all 10 out-of-this-world courses. Compete in tournaments, challenge your friends in multiplayer, test your skill in mini-games and more. You’re not just bowling… you’re ROCKET BOWLING! This game requires the Xbox 360 hard drive or the 512MB Memory Unit for storage. There are no refunds for this item. For more information, see www.xbox.com/live/accounts.

    Contributed by havoc of smeg (15373) on Jan 22, 2012.

largeanimal.com:
    March 10, 2005

    RocketBowl Wins IGF Award for Technical Excellence!

    RocketBowl recognized by the 7th Annual Independent Games Festival for excellence in technical execution.
    Winged ape storms stage to accept award!

    RocketBowl, the utopian-futuristic bowling game created by Large Animal Games, has received the 2005 Award for Technical Excellence as part of the Seventh Annual Independent Games Festival (IGF). Presented at the 2005 Game Developers Conference, this award honors the web/downloadable game that exhibits the best technical execution across multiple categories.

    This is the second time Large Animal has been an IGF finalist, and the first IGF award for the New York City-based developer. As Wade Tinney, Josh Welber, Brad MacDonald, Yossi Horowitz, Coray Seifert and Arthur Baczyk accepted the award, they thanked the Garage Games development community, and the many people who made this game possible. However, Baczyk had mysteriously disappeared, replaced last minute by a large gorilla with small wings.

    The IGF's Technical Excellence award recognizes the game with the best technical execution in the categories of Visual Arts, Audio, Game Design and Overall Game. For more information about the IGF Judging Process, click here.

    You can find coverage of the Independent Games Festival at www.igf.com, and video coverage of the entire Game Developers Choice Awards ceremony at Gamespot.com (just scroll down to the third thumbnail...that's right, the one with the winged ape!)

    Contributed by Jeanne (75603) on Mar 26, 2006.