Version: 1 Last Updated: 16 Apr 2017 Category: Other
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Works on: Windows 10 | Windows 8.1 | Windows 8 | Windows 2012 File Format: zip
SHA1 Hash: ed686649ba5bcd2ad1919f253f4eea06e9d5f3db Game Platform: PC | Windows
Size: 26.43 MB
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Downloads: 454 License: Free
HyperBowl 3D is a free game by Technicat and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 2012.
You can download HyperBowl 3D which is 26.43 MB in size and belongs to the games category Other. HyperBowl 3D was last updated on 2017-04-16 and is currently at version 1.
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HyperBowl 3D is a bowling game that was initially created for mobile devices but someone came along and thought that it would be a good idea to make it available for the Windows operating system. It might have not been the best thing to happen.
It should have just stayed on mobile devices
Right off the bad, expect a port for a game that was rather bad to begin with. Visually, HyperBowl 3D’s graphics elements are of quality poor, even for a mobile game. The cropping is bad, blending is even more so and overall, they barely fit together to form a theme.
Our recommendation is that you play it in window-mode, it’s the only way in which you will be able to give it at least a bit of credit.
Gameplay that doesn't really make sense on a PC or a notebook
HyperBowl 3D comes with several game modes in which the lanes are different, interesting even. Having to bowl on an Ancient Rome themed lane that bends and is destructible, or through an entire block of San Francisco are probably the only appealing thing about this game.
However, having to turn left or right through the track while the ball is rolling really only makes sense on a mobile device. On a PC you don’t have gyroscopes to use in order to control the ball and how much you press the buttons won’t influence speed or anything else. On a mobile phone, things are different.
Not to mention that there’s a Classic mode in which you can bowl on a standard lane. Where’s the fun in just pressing forward to get a strike every time you play? Well there isn’t.
Built to showcase that it also exists for mobile devices
To wrap it up, HyperBowl 3D is a poor game with features that don’t really inspire fun on a PC. It looks decent and it’s playable but the porting idea was just bad.