Smash Bowling 3D provides an incredibly accurate interface to apply aim, ball spin, power, and positioning. Two control styles are available: Buttons mode to quickly dial in your shot parameters, and Touch mode which uses the stylus to completely customize your bowling release.
Up to four players can participate in pass around multiplayer mode, while practice mode allows would-be bowlers to set their own pin layouts - anything from a single pin needed for a spare to the infamous 7-10 split. Enjoy varied-angle replays of your best shots.
Earn all 18 trophies as you strive for bowling perfection. Unlock great bowling ball designs and vibrant bowling alleys. Your career statistics are tracked, including best game, recent average, total points, and number of strikes among others.
Bowling is one sport that is associated immediately with the casual player, and Smash Bowling 3D definitely fits that label. But for an inexpensive eShop title maybe this game's casual focus isn't so bad. Smash Bowling's control options almost make it seem geared toward those...read full review
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