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A LITTLE SKITTLE BOWLING
Endorsed by famed bowler Dick Weber, this 1960s-era Skittle Bowl offered a unique alternative to tabletop bowling games. Players knock over pins with a ball strung to a pole, keeping score like regula ...
IT’S A SNAP
Players would need strategy and speed to be successful in the Snap Action Bowling game, featuring a movable bowler with a spring-operated arm. Shelcore toy from the late 1980s also came with a pin rac ...
ROLLING WITH A KING-PIN
Up for a game but don’t feel like going out? This mechanical bowler will roll the ball for you, courtesy of Baldwin Mfg. Co. of Brooklyn. The mid-twentieth-century King-Pin tabletop game features part ...
VARIATIONS OF A THEME
Outside of traditional alleys, bowlers had many options for at-home games. “Bagatelles” — tabletop games where players rolled balls around a board – became popular in Europe in the early 1800s and soo ...