Summary: For an old game it sure is still a lot of fun. I wish they would update the code a bit to allow for larger displays but overall it is a lot of fun. The controls are a bit hard to use to move the ball after the fact but it is not all that needed.
Summary: It's my first bowling game on PC and I'm confused. Firstly, it is casual, simple and funny game with many power-ups and good ideas (thanks God for mouse aiming). On the other side the game is based on luck, not skills which are important in all kinds of sports.
Summary: A simple game about smashing zombies using giant cabbages and fireballs and acid. What about the bowling part? But I said giant cabbages and fireballs and acid... isn't that enough to have fun?
Summary: A silly game that can be quite fun. Don't pay more than a couple of Â£Â£ for it and you won't be disappointed. I killed a few hours over the Crimbo period a couple of years back but haven't really touched it since.
Summary: A pretty fun game...not really for the hardcore bowler though. There is no picking up pins from splits (if not using power ups). This game is less of a bowling game more of a power-up based vs. game. But its got its fun moments.
Summary: Ridiculously addictive with creepy urban sound effects and ghoulabulous visuals. Short story mode but with high replay value. An impressive and horror-themed reskin of MumboJumbo's Elf Bowling series, just in time for Halloween season. Who doesn't love and can ever get tired of zombies?
Summary: I love this game! Fun to play and lots of combos/power-ups give it variety which makes it different each time you play. The only reason I give it 4 stars instead of 5 is because the length of the story mode is way too short.
Summary: This game is really fun! I actually laughed at it. MumboJumbo has done a great job on this. The graphics are great, and you can either play against a friend or the computer zombies. You start out in a regular bowling alley.