Dog bowling for kids

Dog bowling for kids


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Application Description: Available languages:
English - french - italian - German - Swedish - Dutch - Spanish - Polish - Czech - Portuguese


Beware, this game is provided specifically for children. Its colorful graphics and low difficulty is for a young audience (under 10) or to a public wanting a simple gameplay, easy to understand. Ideal for the train and wait for transport.

This is a bowling game designed for younger children. When a level is successful, your child wins an image of a dog. It can free up to 20 pictures through the 20 levels of play and build up a collection. The difficulty is measured for the youngest!

Game Type: casual game - skill game

Each level consists of 4 rounds. We must bring down a number of pins to go to the next level and win a beautiful image of a dog. Using the click screen in 20 levels suitable for children.


- Bowling fun and easy on the theme of dogs
- Three levels of difficulty
- Intuitive control interface and simple
- Automatic backup of progression.
- Growth awarded 20 pictures of dogs available in the collection
- 20 levels to accomplish
- A simple game for younger where he can play without your help
- Gameplay and graphics suitable for children

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Comments and ratings for Dog bowling for kids
  • (59 stars)

    by Nayqw Ayue on 26/12/2014


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    by Lee Lay Wei on 02/10/2014


  • (59 stars)

    by irene fleckenstein on 09/07/2014

    Dog bowling just uploading

  • (59 stars)

    by Paulie Ramono on 15/06/2014


  • (59 stars)

    by David Koppel on 11/05/2014

    Controls are crude. If the child doesn't do well enough, it says "you failed". Advertisements deliberately placed as close to controls as possible, to try and get children to accidentally click.

  • (59 stars)

    by Aimee Trew on 01/04/2014

    My son didn't enjoy it

  • (59 stars)

    by Kelley Coulter on 12/03/2014

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