Lost the charm From articles and reviews I've read, many people love this game for being so desolate, so endless and for there being no reset or acknowledgement of your progress. Make a mistake and you have to just suffer with an undesirable "score". Or do you? Unfortunately, just like using cheat codes in GTA, much of the charm is lost when you game the system. Biff an easy shot? Spend longer than you'd like on a difficult hole? Just hit the back button on your phone before you sink the shot for a simple level reset.
As a philosophical lesson, great, sure... But at some point the lesson's drilled into your head deep enough. I get it--this is pointless. But it's still decent fun and could be more fun, if...
By No Means A Good Game With its unpredictable physics, often weird flight paths and random bobbly rolls, this isn't a traditionally "good" game. What it is though is intriguing, addictive and challenging, which has been enough to keep me coming back to play beyond the frustration and into the 3,000s!
Brilliant and pure This game is cruel, it can teach you something profound about life. No rewards, just a frustrating empty endless desert. Brilliant & addictive
The most addicting game I've ever played This game is great. The only thing keeping me from giving it 5 stars is that there is no Google Play Games integration to allow for continuing off of the same level on different devices.
Nothing happens. And that's the point. I hate being that guy, but this game is clearly going over the head of people who dislike this game for not having enough features, or actions, or zombies or whatever. The simple palette shifts, and the incredibly rare sighting of a cactus, cloud, or rock are what make this game special. You have to play to understand.
Revamp of the later holes.
x86 native support.
The sequel to the award winning critically and acclaimed Super Stickman Golf!