What the Golf? makes a boring sport higher
What the Golf? is by far the shortest appointment I had at PAX West. Within the overcrowded Indie Megabooth, the place a day earlier I meet former Destructoid editor Hamza for the primary time, its quirky demo encourages individuals to look at the utter silliness of its ridiculous premise. What the Golf? is not aiming to be the subsequent nice golf recreation, however relatively one thing that takes the essential idea of the game and turns it on its head, kicks it within the face, and shoves it out a window.
Funded by Fig and at the moment in improvement for Steam and cell units, the sport is the work of developer Triband, a small group from Denmark with a Geocities high quality web site. What the Golf? options gameplay in the identical proximity as the game, however with the sorts of loopy concepts individuals daydream about once they’re caught listening to Jim Nantz describe the slope score of the Azalea gap at Augusta. I am not simply hitting balls, however homes, automobiles, soccer balls, golfers and extra.