Description

First select one of ten conditions of alley slickness, then pick your own ball weight. Control your aim, curve and loft, and deliver the ball - go for the strike! 1 to 4 people can play - it's a great party game for individuals or teams. A completely different game on the same cartridge (Pick-up Spares) gives you extra practice with 32 pin setups! A slow motion view lets you see the pin action when the ball hits. The computer does all the scorekeeping - with a mighty fanfare for the 200 game!

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#23 lowest rated C64 sports game (#230 on C64, #13855 overall)

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50% of 6 total votes

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#6 easiest C64 sports game (#53 on C64, #4209 overall)

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6 total votes

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#31 shortest C64 sports game (#262 on C64, #2433 overall)

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