DescriptionThese games simulate bowling. Most commonly ten-pin bowling.
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Commodore 64 (1986)
10 Pin is a simple bowling game. By pressing a single key you choose if the ball is thrown straight,...
Commodore 64 (1984)
It's time to go down your local alley and have a game of bowling. The game is viewed from behind...
Game Boy Color (1999)
10-Pin Bowling is a bowling game for one or two players.Each player is given the choice to enter his or...
Atari 2600 (1988)
This was a cart that was released in PAL format in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Most were the pack...
Commodore 64 (1983)
Alley Oops' game screen loosely resembles a bowling alley, with the player moving left and right across the 8 lanes,...
AMF Bowling 2004 is a bowling game which offers some real-life players and seven licensed bowling alleys. The controls use...
AMF Bowling Pinbusters! is simply put a bowling game for the Wii. You use the Wii remote as if it...
Animaniacs: Ten Pin Alley is a bowling game, a sequel of sorts to Ten Pin Alley. The gameplay is basically...
Specter's fed up with losing time and again in his attempts to take over the world. So he's decided to...
Nintendo DSi (2009)
Arcade Bowling is a ten pin bowling game for up to four players. iIt is entirely mouse controlled. This game...
Big Strike Bowling lets you hit the lanes as one of nine characters. All of these characters can be customized...
Bowling is a bowling simulator for the Microvision System. In this game players don't use the paddle knob but only...
Atari 2600 (1978)
Bowling is, of course, a bowling game which can be played by one or two players. Gameplay is from a...
Bowling is part of Sports Themes. This group of genres contain:
- Darts / Target Shooting
- Football (American)
- Football (European) / Soccer
- Horse / Derby
- Olympiad / Mixed Sports
- Ping Pong / Table Tennis
- Pool / Snooker
- Racquetball / Squash
- Sailing / Boating
- Snowboarding / Skiing