Android App Rollabear Review

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We know we like stuff projected by catapults. We know cute animals are to die for. We like physics puzzlers, adore gesture controls and absolutely live to knock over weird-sounding Homer Simpson wannabes.

Here’s Rollabear. It brings in subtle portions of all these elements. Somehow.

The gameplay is all explained in the doing. It’s virtual bowling on a whole new level. The backstory is a strange yet compelling tale that involves laundromat washing machines becoming portals to a forest world where grunting backwoods folk become bowling pins.

It (the gameplay) comes in three flavors. Campaign, Ten Round and Survivor. Campaign pits the player against AI in level-based gameplay. Ten Round is like “regular bowling over ten frames, while in Survivor, you have to get strikes or spares to stay alive.

It (the gameplay) comes in three flavors. Campaign, Ten Round and Survivor. Campaign pits the player against AI in level-based gameplay. Ten Round is like “regular bowling over ten frames, while in Survivor, you have to get strikes or spares to stay alive.

Any pins not picked up by a roll can be targeted again for the spare. Outgrowths, “natural” ramps and narrow lanes make it quite the challenge.

Rollabear is ostensibly free, with a catch; one gets only so many rolls a day, after which a prompt to unlock unlimited tools via in-app purchase comes up. Outside of that, players have to wait for the daily roll limit to reset.

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