GameOver - Top Ten Worst Games of 2000

GameOver - Top Ten Worst Games of 2000

Flintstones Bedrock Bowling (c) SouthPeak Interactive

Flintstones Bedrock Bowling isn't your traditional bowling game and it's for that reason that it doesn't work, at all. It's more of a racing game in which the tracks have pins scattered throughout them. When all is said and done, there's just not enough action, no replay value, and no reason to play this game. It's a Yabadaba disaster.

Here's a little blurb from our review of Flintstones Bedrock Bowling:

The biggest problem with Flintstones Bedrock Bowling is that it fails to entertain. On top of that, there's absolutely no replay value in this title. Once you've played through one bowling game, the only reason to play a second time is to see if you can better your score. Whether you've bettered your score or not, there's absolutely nothing here pulling you back for more. With only ten lanes, many of which are easily mastered, there's not enough gameplay to warrant loading it up a day or two later. Even in terms of younger gamers, which Flintstones Bedrock Bowling is clearly designed for, there's just not enough action to keep their attention beyond a game or two.

Halfway there, let's see number 5!

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