Yetis, UFOs and bloodthirsty rabbits in new golf puzzler coming next month.
Golfy Golf is a charming new spin on the classic gentleman’s game. Play solo, against the computer, or against a friend. Across six worlds and 120 levels, you’ll pitch and putt your way past menacing enemies and fiendish environmental obstacles in pursuit of par.
A fresh new puzzle-centric approach to the sport, Golfy Golf features three game modes that take players from the snow-covered arctic to frog-plagued swamps – all rendered with a striking stylised art style.
Ren Moffat from developer Yah Man Games said of the game:
“We’re a small indie studio but we set out to make big-time games. With Golfy Golf, we wanted to make something akin to a good Pixar movie: simple and accessible, but smart and with a ton of added depth. We’ve had some great feedback from players pre-release, and we can’t wait to see what people think when they get on the greens next month. Fore!”
Yah Man Games are a Toronto based indie developer, focusing on making games that look, feel and play good. Golfy Golf is their fourth game to be released, previous titles including platformer Feed Bat Boy and Frank The Spider, a dynamic maze puzzler.
Golfy Golf will be available on Steam from the 16th of May, priced at $6.99.
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