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The Flintstones: Bedrock Bowling (Windows)

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Title Screen

The Flintstones: Bedrock Bowling

Developer: Adrenalin Entertainment[1]
Publisher: SouthPeak Games[1]
Platform: Windows
Released in EU: July 14, 2000[1]

DevMessageIcon.png This game has a hidden developer message.
DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
MovieIcon.png This game has unused cinematics.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.

Unused Graphics


Flintstonesbowling FREDTURN.png

An turnaround sheet of an early Fred Flintstone model, with slightly different eyes and proportions from the final game's model.


Flintstonesbowling ABOUT00.png

An image of the options menu with the word "ABOUT" crudely written over it.


FlintstonesBowling HELP00.png

Similar to the image above, only with the word "HELP".


Flintstonesbowling SPLASH.png

The only remnant of an earlier title screen. The background is brown and the title is in a different font.


Flintstonesbowling MISSING.png

A green square used in place of missing textures.


Flintstonesbowling TESTPAT.png

A texture meant for testing something.

Unused Videos

There are two unused videos that are present in the Windows version, but not the PlayStation version.


An early intro video from when the game was known as The Flintstones: Quarry Jam. It is dated 5/10/1999.


A silent animation of Fred Flintstone. It is dated 5/11/1999.

Unused Text

At 41938 in Bedrock Bowling.exe is a message for game testers if the save format has changed.

Dear Game Tester,
The save game format has changed. I will now delete all your currently saved games,
bowlers, and options. (If you cancel out of this then I will leave the data alone but
you run the risk of... who knows what).
Yours truly,
The Programmer
P.S. If you are an end user then it is likely that the save file has been corrupted.
Select "OK" below to reinitialize your save data file (you will lose all your
saved bowlers, games, and options).

Development Text

Many folders contain files like convlog.txt which were from the model exporting process, pin.txt for level exporting, and textdbug.txt which is compile information.