IBM PC version of 10th Frame
is a computerized version of bowling developed by
. The game allows players
to play a single round or in a bowling league. The game uses a control system similar to that used by
many golf games inluding Access Software's own Leaderboard
; players control the bowling ball with a series
of three clicks (or keypresses) which control the speed, angle, and amount of curve of the bowling ball. Three skill levels
are included, with the more advanced skill levels requiring more accurate clicks to throw the ball straight and avoid
having it go into the gutter. Scoring follows the standard rules of bowling.
Product catalogs, magazines, flyers, or other documentation 10th Frame
has appeared in.
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