What the Golf?

released on Sep 19, 2019

The golf game for people who hate golf. A silly physics-based golf parody where every golf course is a new surprising type of golf, some brilliant or hilarious, others so absurd they will make you go: What the golf!

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A fun and wacky game that nails the jokes, even if the gimmicks sometimes overstay their welcome.
The best part of What the Golf is it is barely a golf game. It's more focused on breaking golf or using "golf" as a vehicle to tell silly jokes, spoof other video games, or just do wacky stuff. Getting to a new area to see what the new joke or gimmick was is honestly the most fun part of the game. The issue, however, is occasionally those gimmicks overstay their welcome. It doesn't take long to go from "Haha! Wow! What a fun spoof on ___" to "OK I get it let's go on to the next thing".
Going for 100% was simultaneously fun and a bit draining. Getting a crown on every level requires you to do all kinds of interesting challenges that the base levels often don't require. In fact, some of the best jokes are hidden behind the crown levels. That said, when the game was already overstaying its welcome, having to play each level 3 times didn't do it any favors.
+ Fun, goofy, and funnier than a golf game should be
+ Great gags and spoofs on other games
+ Fun gameplay
- Overstays its welcome
- Gimmicks get old fast

A great game for short sessions, What the Golf is a game that relies heavily on it’s surprising twists on the classic golf concept. The physics based challenges can be enjoyed in short bursts and will regularly put a smile on your face.

A perfect game to chill and unwind. Great gameplay variety keeps the whole experience fresh. Slapstick comedy art style and animation alleviates the frustration of failure in surprising challenging levels. This game pays homage to various classic games by distilling their spirit into the most concise form, and imbuing them into the unique gameplay experience of its own without diluting its vision. The spitting level clearly inspired by LeChuck's Revenge? Pure bliss.

Good level design but the gameplay would benefit from more depth

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