Gutterball 2

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Publisher: Skunk Studios, LLC
The lowest price: $17.95
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Gutterball 2 is a realistic, fast-paced and attitude-filled 3D bowling game - all controlled by the flick of a mouse. Enjoy amazing pin physics, three unique alleys, four hilarious commentators, and over a dozen customizable bowling balls. You can even customize your own 3D bowling ball with an image from your hard drive! Play Gutterball and strike it BIG!

The most realistic 3D bowling game is back! Five brand-new alleys, 25 new eye-catching balls, tricky computer opponents, more modes and the most realistic physics to date. Check out the re-birth of the original 3D bowling game!

1. Position bowler - by moving the mouse left / right
2. Grab the ball - click on the ball and hold the mouse button down
3. Throw the ball - drag the mouse down, then up quickly and release it at the top of the screen
4. Steer the ball - move the mouse to the left or right to guide the ball after being thrown

Explore three fantastic alleys in the downloadable version, including an easy-to-strike alley in cosmic space!

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Gutterball 2 Review - My first bowling game

By radiel on Thu, 2010-03-18 19:35
Pros: Very easy to play, you can choose from various balls, extremely funny commentators, and you have your own crowd.
Cons: Limited design, way too expensive for a game with this features and bad choice of sounds.
I never played a bowling game so I decided to give Gutterball a try. From all the 5 alleys available: Lotus, Jungle, Iceberg, Wacky and Retro, I like most Lotus maybe because I am keen of...
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Gutterball 2 is even better than the first!

By Simer03 on Mon, 2009-11-30 22:41
Pros: Fun to play, easy to play, great online play, cheap, great graphics!
Cons: the music is by far the worst thing in the game! that's the only problem i had!
Gutterball 2 is aa great bowling game! Very realistic, with a good amount of features to keep you playing this game for hours. Surprisingly enough, there is also free online play which is a blast! As...
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Gutterball 2 Review

By Joelle3800 on Sun, 2009-10-18 21:26
Pros: good graphics, free online paly, free trial, worth buying, best bowling game out there, easy to play, good control
Cons: annoying music, annoying comments, a bit too easy
Gutterball 2 was just what I expected it to be, another bowling game. It does have a few now components, such as there are different themed bowling alleys every day for the online play, and that it...
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Great game, but wish there was more content

By Onizuka on Sat, 2009-10-03 16:17
Pros: Great graphics,Great Music, Simple Controls, Addictive
Cons: Needs more content, Price is somewhat steep, Commentators can get annoying
GutterBall 2 is, in my opinion, one of if not the best bowling games in recent history. It has everything in it to keep you interested. The music is great, the graphics are great and the game play is...
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Pleasantly surprised with "Gutterball 2"

By Wavery10 on Tue, 2009-09-15 03:55
Pros: Fast and smooth gameplay, doesn't wear on your nerves or give you too much to take it at once.
Cons: After you play through the courses a few times, you end up getting bored pretty quickly.
Alright, let's be frank... there are about a hundred and forty games you could go buy at any Gamestop, Wal-Mart, etc. that probably cost less (used, anyway) and are just as fun as a bowling game, but...