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Nice bowling game, one of the earliest one, only preceded by RCA Studio II version.

Two playing modes are available: Normal and Split. In the Split Game, each frame starts with some combination of less than 10 pins. You have two balls to knock down the remaining pins. You can play with a friend or alone.

How the game work? The ball starts to roll down from the sides of the lane to the bottom of the playfield. Then, it is moving to-and-fro in front of the lane waiting for player interaction. Push up to release ball, then left to start the ball curving left, or right to start the ball curving right.


    Bowling was inspired by Robot Bowl (Arcade)
    Bowling is related to Bowling / Micro Match (APF MP1000 systems)


menu / options
select game type

start a 1 player game

the ball is rolling

1 player game finished

2 players - split game

blue player's turn

split game finished

 Fredric Blĺholtz Channel F page - Scans, docs, screenshots and more!

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Source : Fairchild System Gallery

year of release 1978
companies Fairchild
type game
media cartridge
systems Fairchild Channel F
number of players 1 - 2 players (alternate)
staff unknown
tags bowling, sport

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