Elf Bowling 7 1/7: The Last Insult

Elf Bowling 7 1/7: The Last Insult

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Bowling with a twist

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PROS

  • Easy to play
  • Fun graphics

CONS

  • Repetitive gameplay and music

Good
7

This program can no longer be downloaded. You can look for alternatives in Apps > PC games > Sport games > Bowling.

Just when Christmas is just around the corner, the elves are attacking Santa Claus but hang on, help is at hand though through...bowling. If nothing else, this game wins full marks for originality. You take the role of Santa Claus who has to knock down the pins which are - you guessed it - elves.

It sounds easy but when you realise that these pesky goblins can out obstacles in your way, it becomes a whole lot more complicated. These obstacles can take the form of anything from oil, narrowing the bowling lane to even huge shields. Although fun for a while, the game becomes rather tiresome after several attempts although it's livened up by some fun graphics, especially when the elves get knocked down. The music however is so repetitive that you won't last long on this game.

A bit of festive fun and nothing more.

Hold on to your stockings! Those crazy elves are up to no good and Santa needs your help to show them what the true meaning of "strike" really is! It's quirky, hilarious bowling fun just in time for the holiday season!

Compete in a festive bowling game where the elves are the pins, providing their own special, colorful commentary! With just the flick of your mouse, bowl to get a spare or strike, winning trophies along the way! It's the wackiest Christmas adventure yet!

— User reviews — about Elf Bowling 7 1/7: The Last Insult

  • Aamdichim

    by Aamdichim

    "Amazing one"

    I think it's the best computer game for all the time for me. More.

    reviewed on February 24, 2017