[Top 5] Best Nintendo Switch Bowling Games

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5. Knock ‘Em Down!: Bowling

The “Knock ‘Em Down!” bowling edition for the Nintendo Switch is one of those rare gems you find when digging deeper into the Nintendo eShop. Published by the guys at D3 Go!, this game offers the player a wide variety of game modes along with some cute-ass animal characters. It’s constantly on sale, so make sure to buy it for the best possible price.

4. Strike! 10 Pin Bowling

“Strike! Ten Pin Bowling” was a huge success when it was first released on platforms like Apple TV, Android and iOS, so knowing that this party-oriented take on videogame bowling was heading to the Nintendo Switch family of systems was a delight, considering nowadays the huge advantages it has when used on handheld mode with touchscreen controls!

3. PBA Pro Bowling

The itself called “The Ultimate Bowling Experience”; “PBA Pro Bowling” might as well be the most realistic out of all the options in this ranking, not only regarding the gameplay style but also graphic-wise. It offers some great options to those looking for an enjoyable bowling experience.

2. Clubhouse Games

Yeah, sure; this isn’t Wii Sports at all but man, what a great experience are the bowling minigames available in the sequel to the 2005 Nintendo DS, “Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics”. Available among another 50 options, bowling in Clubhouse Games offers the player the possibility of playing in the different modes the Nintendo Switch has to offer, whether it is on tabletop mode with another friend or with the quite tough AI in single player.


While neither of these games is necessarily bowling-themed, both can easily fit into the category of Honorable Mention due to their gameplay mechanics and how fun they are.

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1. Nintendo Switch Sports

As of the publishing of this article, Nintendo Switch Sports has yet not been released to general audiences until next month; but for those people who had the chance to be part of the Nintendo Switch Online members February online test, it was an absolute pleasure to be able to go through the lived-up experience of the Wii Sports classics. Perhaps Nintendo Switch Sports won’t ever be able to be the cultural phenomenon Wii Sports was in its time, but the quality of this new Nintendo Sports entry is something worth the experience.

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