Golf Peaks | Nov 9, 2019 | 4:20hrs | rating: 3/5
Golf Peaks isn’t really a golf game at all; it’s a puzzle game where you have a specific number of shots of different types, and you have to figure out in what order to use them, and in what directions.
GAMEPLAY: It’s a very relaxing game, as you can always undo your shots without getting penalized, and experiment until you figure out the solution. New elements keep getting introduced, such as ice tiles, pillars and conveyor belts, but it never gets overly complex or challenging.
AUDIOVISUALLY: It has a hand-drawn quality to it, but definitely nothing extraordinary. The music is alright but a little too repetitive.
STORY/PRESENTATION: Absolutely no story, just 121 levels in a menu split into worlds.
MULTIPLAYER: None, but because of its simplicity, it’s quite fun to take turns or share ideas on how to solve a level.
It’s sadly over pretty quickly and has no replay value, but it’s still a pleasant little game that never gets frustrating.