Bowling King

Bowling King

Bowling King is a fun game for all fans of bowling. The app comes for free and with addictive gameplay that does not require much so you will have fun in an instant.

The rules here are the same as in real bowling – get all the pins knocked over by rolling a ball against them. Each game takes six turns so it has been shortened a while but this is okay. The only difference here is that when you throw the ball you can change its direction by tilting your Android device left or right so you can correct your mistake if you have made one. The ultimate goal is to win by scoring as high as possible and thus defeating your opponent. And you will have many in the game – Bowling King automatically connects to the Internet and has you play against real people from all over the world in real time. Isn’t this fun? In addition to this Bowling King comes with really nice 3D graphics and sound effects that make you feel like you are at a bowling center for real. The gameplay and the whole atmosphere that you will get to experience make Bowling King a really fun game that you should definitely enjoy.

Bowling King is one of the best games we have played recently. The app has everything you need to have fun and then more and comes absolutely for free. This is a great combination that is definitely a winner, just like Bowling King.

Bowling King is here on Google Play.

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