If you like bowling then you might want to check out Let’s Bowl. I like bowling games because I do not have a lot of time for games. You can complete 10 frames in 5 minutes tops.
The developer, SideBump Studios, says, “Finely tuned physics mean this simulation is easy to play but impossible to master, just like the real thing! Endless entertainment and challenge right at your fingertips.”
The game controls in itself are very easy. Just move the ball right or left for the release point and flick it. The graphics and action are very good, but I will say some of my first shot leaves were a little unrealistic as opposed to real life bowling, but it won’t stop me from playing it more. I think the difficulty is just right. It is not easy to master quickly, but it is not ridiculously hard either. I bowled a 122 in my first game and 176 in my second.
Let’s Bowl is free but there is a paid version called Let’s Bowl Deluxe. According to the developer, “The deluxe version has 2 extra bowling alleys, 6 new ball types which are unlocked as you play, and access to multi-player leaderboards and achievement tracking via the OpenFeint network. Future updates will include even more alleys, balls, multi-player features and game play modes.” The deluxe version is $1.99.
If you are like me in that you do not have a lot of time for playing games and you want something quick and easy, you will enjoy Let’s Bowl.
Hit the QR code or source link to download from the Android Market.
[via android market]