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Old 03-12-2013, 09:07 PM   #1
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Estimated achievement difficulty: 3/10
Offline: 10 [50]
Online: 0 [0]
Approximate time: 2- 5 hours*
Minimum number of playthroughs needed: A lot of games
Missable achievements: No
Does difficulty affect achievements: No
Unobtainable/glitched achievements: No
Extra equipment needed?: Kinect
Is there DLC? No

Welcome to 10 Frame Bowling; a mini game originally from the Kinect Sports retail game. Its a really simple game about bowling. This only requires arm movements. While the game itself is not that hard; getting it to register what you want it to do can be a pain sometimes. I would do light movements for a slow roll but it would shoot like a rocket. Minus the tracking issues its what you would expect from a bowling game. No glitz, no glamour just kinect bowling.


This is the only step and that is to hit level 10 by doing the challenges. You are given 3 at a time. When you complete 1 the next 1 in the list will unlock for you to try. Some of these challenges are straight forward and very simple and a few will be a pain because of the minor tracking issues. Each challenge is given a star rating on the scale of 1 to 3; 1 being painless and 3 being annoying. You need these stars to level up to get each of the 10 achievements.

*Special Note: With the overarm bowls being messed up and slow ball strikes being obnoxious this game may very well take up to 10 hours. This is from personal experience and is likely just an extreme case. If things work fine then this will be a near painless completion if not be prepared for a lot of frustration.


Do to some tracking issues and overarm balls being harder then necessary (with not counting properly and all) This completion will likely cause problems for people. Overall though its not actually difficult just annoying to get things to count properly and the kinect to read overarm bowls properly.

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