Bowling Central, the latest iOS motion game from Rolocule Games, takes players on a bowling adventure with exciting new challenges powered by Rolomotion technology.
Rolocule Games released an exciting new Wii-style iOS motion-controlled game, Bowling Central, earlier this month to take users on a fun bowling adventure with mind-blowing new challenges and advanced game simulation. The new game uses intuitive swipe controls or realistic motion gestures to offer users their own personal bowling experience anytime and anywhere. It features accessible gameplay similar to bowling in Wii Sports.
Bowling Central uses 3D graphics and offers 30 unique bowling challenges, with each level bringing new variations and obstacles. Players can also bowl a classic game of 3, 6 or 10 frames and choose their bowling style: straight, hook, curve or custom. The game lets them compete with their friends on Facebook or use Apple TV to turn their living room into a bowling alley. The game is compatible with with Airplay Mirroring on Apple TV and can stream footage from the user's iOS device to his or her television set. This option also frees up the iPhone to be used as a controller, allowing the user to wave the device side to side to set the release point and then swing it to bowl the ball. With full 3D tracking, the game follows the user's hand movements in the 3D space, providing an exciting, immersive gameplay experience. Apple TV compatibility also makes the game an interesting option for parties.
Bowling Central is powered by the award-winning Rolomotion technology, which uses raw data from users' smartphones' built-in sensors and converts it into precise natural gestures within the game. Rolomotion also powers Rolocule's Motion Tennis and the rhythm game Dance Party.
Bowling Central was released on January 15 and is available in the App Store. It can be played on the iPhone or iPod Touch. The minimum iOS version required to play the game is iOS 7.0. Watch the official trailer to see it in action.