GAMEPLAY: You choose between regular shot or chip, aim and go for the correct strength, like any golf game. There is a tutorial in the menu but I didn’t see it, so I only gradually learned that you can also bounce to get extra distance, and even steal your opponents’ abilities and activate while you’re in motion. At first I had fun playing through the courses with bad scores, but upon returning to them, I realized it also works like a puzzle game, using all your abilities to get a hole in one. Depth!
AUDIOVISUALLY: Standard isometric pixel graphics that do their job. Music is quite nice but nothing special.
STORY/PRESENTATION: You travel through eight colorful worlds for who knows why.
MULTIPLAYER: There’s a VS mode, but it didn’t quite work for us, since you kind of collaborate too in order to kill the enemies. I want to do it by myself! While competing.
I like golf games, and this is a very original take on the genre. As an adventure, it feels way short though, and although 64 courses is a lot as a golf game, it doesn’t give me the itch to replay to improve the scores.