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Vegas Bowling

by RESETgame
Rated: All Ages

Price: $2.99
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What's new in version 1.0.5
  • Fire TV support.

Product Details



Product Features

  • Four opponents of increasing difficulty
  • Realistic physics
  • Adjustable curve balls
  • Score history
  • Resume game

Product Description

Hungry for cash, casino hustlers have fled the moribund Vegas Strip and now haunt the humble bowling alleys of North Las Vegas.

While Lisa and Beth seem nice (maybe too nice), and Doc in his grandpa cardigan appears benign, you best beware. About five frames in you will wish you were back on the farm with the seed money still in your bib overall pocket. Because you ain't just bowling now, baby -- you're Vegas Bowling.

Technical Details

Size: 2.8MB
Version: 1.0.5
Developed By: RESETgame
Minimum Operating System: Android 2.1
Approximate Download Time: Less than 30 seconds

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This is a very simple & challenging bowling game app where you can bowl in either in a Group, against the computer or Solo for practice. Just go to settings in your Menu. To change amount of players, tap New Game.
It has just a few basic options available such as: Sound Control of Music & Game, Ball Colors (blue, red, green or black), Ball Weight-12 to 16 lbs.

I'd played this game for about 45 minutes; using the different weighted bowling balls options available. Now, at first it had seemed the computer had the advange because, it won EVERY single play against in the first 10 rounds! However, as I'd continued to practice & experiment with weight of the bowling balls, strategically practicing how far back & what side to toss the ball, my scores began to improve some. However, I STILL could not win a single frame! I'm not talking about the entire game either. I'm mean just one FRAME. If I bowled a 7, the computer would bowl a 9. If I got a Strike...of course..so did the computer! It just "seemed" obvious.

So, I am still unable to confidently say as to whether the computer is set to beat the player or not. I would have to give the app much more game play in order to determine this for sure. (To learn how to move your ball properly, tap on the upper left hand corner of your screen. For menu options,then settings, then tap Help. If you own a K-Fire, just tap your Menu at the bottom of the screen)

I did find the game to be fun as any bowling app can & I would expect any SHOULD be. Strategically, it's going to be challenging to win against the computer on this one. That is only of course, IF one has the time & patience that I did to practice with it's limited options.
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I feel that this bowling game is the closet thing to the real thing. Pins are hit and fall, like they do in real bowling. You can spin the ball and you can see the spin on the ball and you can throw fast or slow and if you hit the pins correctly, you will get a strike either way. Granted, you will have to practice, and like with any thing we do, sometimes we will have off days and the computer will win a lot. But then we have good days too. I think the key is to get to know the game an see what works when you throw the ball a certain way or another. I have been playing the free 3 frame version for months and I will still play the mini version for quick games but I wanted to get the ten frame version for Times when I have extra time. But if you ever have to stop the game you pick right here you left off. I have fun with it and I think you will too.......... Have Fun.......
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I got this game today and played it with the expectation that I was going to get my hind end handed to me on a plate. And I did...my first game. Second game I won as I figured out how to throw the ball - how easy or hard - curve or no curve etc. But what REALLY gave me the edge and allowed me to beat my opponent was when I cleaned my screen even while playing the game. I started out with 10 points my first 2 frames due to cleaning my screen but after that I was getting strikes and spares pretty consistently. So try cleaning your touch screen and then play the game. Unless you are just really horrible at the game you should notice an immediate improvement in your game play.

PS - to the developers - the one pose you have the girl in when she's got a hard roll coming makes her look like she has to go to the bathroom (the pose where her hands are crossed by her thigh) - you may want to fix that - or not as it doesn't affect gameplay other than me wanting to tell her to take a bathroom break :)
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Enjoyed playing this for a few days as a time waster sort of game. It's not terribly challenging, but enough so that you're not bowling 300's every time you play. Plus, the more you play, you get unlockables to get more items.

It didn't appear that items you unlock yourself stick from phone to phone, so that's why it's only three-star. Good game, but lacking in those little things to make it wonderful.
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...once you read the instructions. You DO know how to read, right? I find this to be a decent bowling simulation, certainly one of the better ones on android. However, there is no splash screen, no high scores, no easy way to change difficulty or choose the "player" (the help hints that one player is possible but for the life of me I cannot find that option anywhere), etc. and it kind of leaves the game feeling like it is unfinished.
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Vegas Bowling is a really good bowling app that uses realistic physics, I also like that you get to see your opponent's avatars in the game, a nice touch! Please keep this in mind, like any decent game, you do need to read the directions (look in the Help file) and practice, practice, practice!

This game is not unwinable, you can beat this game, if you practice enough, I bowl in real life and the ball in the game does act like my real ball (though the controls take some getting used to) and have scored 149-279 every game I've played so far on my device.

The Mulligan Strike (single frame 0-10 (gutter ball/spare) counting as a strike instead of a spare) may be intentional or a glitch, that all depends on which Bowling Rules Set is being used in this game. Yes, there really are other rules for bowling outside of the commonly known and used rules, just look at poker for a great example of this in action!

If the Mulligan Strike is not a glitch, but deliberate, I wish there was an option to get rid of it (add a checkbox to use the standard rules instead) just to cut down on the pointless complaints!

A few other things that could improve this game are: Multi-player, more than one human player (named of course) so my friends can play against both the computer and myself, "I'm up? Pass the device please!" That would make this a fun party game. Average Tracking, just like you do in real life. Track my winnings overall, I'd like to see how much I've won/lost and against who. A way to increase the difficulty for when the game gets too easy. And last, things to spend my winnings on, new balls, bowling bags, wrist braces etc.
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