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Bowl in Nine Stunning Locations in Bowling Paradise 3, Now Available in the App Store and Google Play Store

September 25, 2015 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
September 25, 2015 - InnoLab is pleased to announce the release of Bowling Paradise 3, an innovative new bowling game app featuring a variety of stunning locations and special effects. Bowling Paradise 3 combines the best features of the previous two generations of Bowling Paradise. Unlike other bowling apps, Bowling Paradise 3 has a multitude of customization options and unique details to keep users entertained for hours.

With nine beautiful locations to chose from, users have a wide variety of places to bowl. Each location has a unique atmosphere with different special effects. From the desert to the beach, users can find whatever location they desire. Some locations even allow users to bowl at either noon or sunset. "Users can go bowling in locations that they would never be able to go in real life, such as underwater or in outer space," says the developer of Bowling Paradise 3.

Users can customize every aspect of each game they play. There are 10 different balls to choose from and users can even select to use a different ball for each throw! Users can also decide if they want to play Bowling Paradise 3 by swiping or tilting their mobile device. There are also different player modes, including individual, multiplayer, and challenging the CPU at three different difficulty levels. To reward users after playing a game, users are shown an exciting fireworks show. The higher the user's score, the better the show!

Bowling Paradise 3 is now available for free in the App Store and Google Play Store. For more information, visit http://www.innolab-au.com.

About InnoLab:
InnoLab is an independent developer who has a passion for creating high quality and unique apps. Bowling Paradise 3 is an entertaining new bowling game featuring variety of special effects, locations, and customization options to give users exciting experiences.

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