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There's Been A Surge In People Playing Wii Sports Bowling While In Quarantine

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There's Been A Surge In People Playing Wii Sports Bowling While In Quarantine

It remains the best-selling video game of all time. Since its initial release in November 2006, Nintendo claim to have sold a staggering 82.88 million copies of Wii Sports.

From tennis, baseball and golf to boxing and bowling, this unique game gave millions around the world a brand new living room experience, as well as a few broken windows and TV screens.

And even 14 years after the official release date, a select few are still playing many of the different sports available; especially the ever-enteratining Wii Bowling.

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There has been a clear surge of Wii Sports users in recent days as people try and find different ways of entertaining themselves while in quarantine.

And some have decided to dust off the old console and start up a classic game of bowling.

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The return of this classic is certainly noticeable on social media in recent days. Take it away, Twitter.


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Who fancies a game of Wii Sports bowling, then?

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