20 Games Like Ten Pin Alley 2()
The object of the game is to knock down as many pins in 10 frames of bowling. The game gives the player an overhead view of a bowling lane. The player's bowling ball starts out moving left and right across the front of the lane. This has the player trying to get the lane position they want the ball to start traveling down. Once the ball starts rolling down the lane, the player can curve the ball left or right. Once the curve has started, it can't be changed further.
The game has 18 variations. They involve choosing the combination of number of players (1 or 2), then speed of play (slow, normal, fast, and fastest), and selecting a regular or split game. Regular games start with all pins standing in each frame while the split games have a random number of pins missing and the player has 2 balls to knock down the remaining ones.
League Bowling is an arcade game released in 1991 by SNK for the Neo Geo console and arcade systems. The game was unique in that it was the first arcade to put emphasis on bowling. The players controls characters with red and blue hair and can select balls from 8 to 15 pounds.
Get your ball and rack up the pins, as one of America's favorite sports makes its Windows 95 debut in PBA Bowling.
The official computer game of the Professional Bowlers Association, PBA Bowling brings the excitement of one of America's best-loved pastimes to your PC. With a realistic physics model, digitized players and full-motion video, you'll think it's Friday night at the local lanes!.
Experience the excitement of a night at the lanes with AMF Xtreme Bowling 2006. With six different gameplay modes, nine different enviornments and customizable character creation, the competition is always fresh and fun. Great to play alone or with a group of friends.
Brunswick Zone for the Nintendo Wii captures the essence of the new "Zone", bringing the excitement, lights and music of Cosmic Bowling to your living room. Players can customize their characters and bowl through a variety of crazily-themed lanes and tricky bowling challenges. The game is easy to play thanks to Wii Remote -- you can even use the Wii MotionPlus accessory for perfectly-accurate strikes!
AMF Bowling World Lanes is a sports video game developed by Front Line Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks on November 18, 2008 for the Wii video game console. It is the second AMF Bowling game on the Wii after AMF Bowling Pinbusters!
In AMF Bowling World Lanes, the player uses the Wii Remote to bowl bowling balls in games played against the AI. When preparing to bowl a ball, the player can choose to throw the ball several seconds after their character has walked up to the line during their approach. The game comes with several characters that players can use and locations where players can bowl. There is also a guy called George with a long beard who you can play as only after bowling 3 perfect games. Characters include a Scottish person that wears a kilt who bowls with his plaid ball, and a Brazilian soccer player who bowls with a black and white ball. AMF Bowling World Lanes also contains several bowling mini-games.
Super Bowling is a third-person bowling game. Players may bowl in several different environments, which range from ice ponds to neon-lit Chinese temples. Players can face-off against characters in their home stages, much like a fighting game. If the player wins they can then play on these stages in other play modes.
Multi-player modes are also available, with a number of different variations.
Street Hoop, known in Japan as Dunk Dream (ダンクドリーム?) and known in North America as Street Slam, is a basketball video game developed by Data East for Neo-Geo, released in 1994. The game features three-on-three basketball match-ups with a variety of different teams.
Simple 1500 Series Hello Kitty Vol. 01: Hello Kitty Bowling is a Hello Kitty themed bowling game for the PlayStation.