Zombile Bowling HD for iPad

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Zombie Bowling, the popular iPhone/iPod touch game has been updated and improved just for the iPad!==== SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICE - $2.99!!! ====So what's there to do for kicks on a Saturday night after the Zombie Apocalypse? Why, go bowling of course. Zombie Bowling. But look out, zombie bowling pins fight back!Zombie Bowling is like regular bowling... sort of. Instead of normal bowling pins you'll be knocking down the undead. But unlike the type of bowling you may be used to, any zombie pins you don't drop with your bowling ball will come after you, craving to satisfy their hunger for human flesh and brains.Fear not! In addition to your bowling ball you've also got your trusty side arm. Don't waste any ammo though - you start the game with a limited number of shots, which you choose in your Bravery Setting. You earn additional ammunition as you bowl; one shot for each spare and two shots for each strike. So armed you are prepared for fun and action in this 3D arcade game for the iPad. You'll be facing unique combinations of over two dozen high quality zombie pins. Choose from engaging bowling environments, including Dawn at the Mall, and arm yourself with one of nine available bowling balls including The Corpse Crusher and The Pink Punisher. Feeling more like shooting zombies than bowling them down? Then choose Shoot mode and get in some target practice. Hone your aim and see how many waves of zombies you can take out. Get detailed stats on each shooting session to help you improve your skills.Zombie Bowling may be the most fun you can have with the walking dead while wearing a bowling shirt.FEATURES:- Zombies!- Realistic Knock-down physics- Play in Bowl or Shoot Mode- 3D Bowling Environments- Unique Bowling Balls- Detailed Statistics in Shoot Mode- Zombies!
Price USD2.99
License Purchase
File Size 34.52 MB
Version 1.0
Operating System iOS
System Requirements Compatible with iPad., Requires iOS 3.2 or later., iTunes account required
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