Desert Golf A metaphor for life itself. Cautious, we begin full of hope, goals lofty our retinas not yet jaded by the hot desert sun. Very quickly our expectations change, this is cruel, brutal. Can we continue? We must. As the journey continues we become more adept at navigating the ever changing, ever challenging landscape. We do not know what lies ahead, at the end, or even if there is an end but we are driven by our desire to survive. This is the life we have, we need to make the most of it for there is only Golf.
Best mobile game of all time This game is simple. But this is the desert; the desert is a void that offers only what you bring to it. I don't need to say the physics are perfect because that implies they were crafted and not simply the will of the God of the Desert interpreted by this games creator. The only reward you will find here is that in your own soul. Forget leaderboards or even the score on top. Simply golf. Let the desert enable your golfing: and nothing else.
Fun and simplistic Personally, for a game such as this, I don't believe it needs to be 0.99$, but with no ads, I can't complain. If the game was made to subtract a point on a hole-in-one, it would be fun because people would be at a constant struggle to go to 0 strokes. Love the game.
Can Crash the Game (but in a fun way) Is the second time I've had to restart Desert Golfing from scratch but on hole 538 if you smack the boulder into the hole, the game is crashed. On the next hole the ball just disappears replaced with by a new (second) cup.
is it possible to restart this game? I just want to see if I can do better on the first 200 holes. like it much better now than my first try. :) nevermind, i found it. that was easy, just go into the app manager thingy place and reset the thing.
Great game Mostly tranquil with bouts of infuriating rage, then tranquil some more. I love the minimalism, love the fact that you can't just retry a level nor return to it for that matter. Great in so many ways. Once you've played it, it's gone.
revert! revert! I don't even know any more.
Listen kids, when you make a game just avoid all kinds of saving and loading at all. Short play sessions, like Flappy Bird. That'll save ya a lot of headaches.