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Bowling Literature – What to know

Bowling may be regarded as one of the oldest target-throwing games, which has been preserved in numerous game variants around our time. 3,500 BC The oldest proof of having fun with bowling balls on several pins originates from around 3,500 BC. Despite some references to different activities similar to skittles in antiquity, a continuity of […]

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Video games and literature are different art forms, but nevertheless, sometimes they overlap. Developers love and read books, and don’t hesitate to demonstrate literary knowledge in their creations. Some of their references lie right on the surface, they are spoken about in plain text in the game. The games about Geralt of Rivia The Witcher […]

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