Bowling Online 3D: Written Android App Review
Bowling Online 3D features three game modes: Single, Local, and Online. I suggest first tackling Single to get used to the controls, then take your bowling skills Online (the online option uses your Google email acct to find other players). I was quite impressed with the online fan base for Bowling Online 3D, as it was always easy to find a match and the high scores tables remained quite active. Bowling is done by swiping on the screen, with a limited area allowing for special spins to be put on the ball at the end of each swipe. Balls, pins and lanes are all customizable, once more games are played to unlock these features. On my tablet, I didn’t encounter any bugs, lag or loading issues with Bowling Online 3D. The game play was quite smooth and really enjoyable, especially when it came to taking my skills online and seeing how others fared against me! Be warned though, many of the players online are incredibly good at putting just the right spin on their bowling balls, scoring strikes with ease and making each game a real challenge.
Graphics and Layout
Bowling Online 3D features decent 3D graphics and animations. The bowling pins fall over with a satisfying clunk and the physics behind the ball striking the pins seems to be right on. I like how the app uses a swipe-based bowling system, and not one requiring the accelerometer use. The layout, while on the simple side, does a great job of taking care of all the key features and options without distractions. Ads, while present, don’t detract from the game or cover up important features.
Bowling Online 3D is free through Google Play. This, plus it’s excellent game play and thriving online community makes it a solid app for any Android gamer, especially bowling fans. The slew of play options (Single, Local, and Online), plus the customization options as more games are played, all add to this awesome bowling game. I heartily recommend Bowling Online 3D for all Android gamers!
Bowling Online 3D app is available for Android devices running Android 2.2 and later. It is available through the Google Play store for free. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.
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