Concrete Software

Multiplayer for PBA Bowling Challenge!

  • Date: May 15, 2013
  • Posted by: Concrete Software
  • Comments: 2

Minneapolis, MN – May 15, 2013 – Concrete Software, developers of rock solid mobile games, and the Professional Bowlers Association are pleased to announce addition of Multiplayer in PBA Bowling Challenge on Google Play™.

Following an outstanding initial release, leading to over 2.8 million downloads and a rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars on the Google Play store, a long-awaited multiplayer update to PBA Bowling Challenge has finally arrived.

“Multiplayer was the obvious next step for the title,” said Keith Pichelman, CEO of Concrete Software. “It was by far the most user-requested feature and something we had intended to include from the beginning, but finding a multiplayer service that would meet our needs proved to be difficult. We were very fortunate that the release of Google Play game services happened to coincide with our plans for the game. We were able to integrate quickly and easily with their services to give our users the ability to bowl in one-on-one, real-time matches against their friends.”

In addition to multiplayer functionality, the integration of Google Play game services includes full Leaderboards and Achievement systems all through a single G+ login. Concrete Software plans to take advantage of other features, such as cloud saving, in future updates to PBA Bowling Challenge.

PBA Bowling Challenge is available now on Google Play.


  1. Jake says:

    Hey Tim,

    Great question. Right now, yes, you would have to start over on a new device. We are working on device syncing and cloud saving though, which will help with this issue moving forward. Cloud saving will be present in our next update, which is coming very soon!

  2. Tim Swan says:

    What happens when a player changes devices, yet keeps the same G+ sign in info? Do they lose their history of play and achievements?

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