Absolutely fantastic! But... I absolutely love it and have spent hours playing on my down time, and the ability to pick back up exactly where I left off hours later and being able to play with any amount of time available, there is still a downfall. Yepp, you guessed it. Mentioned before in several comments a menu interface would be nice, for restarting levels. I also would like to see some sort of interface for replaying holes you have already beaten, but this is not necessary as I enjoy this game's random and creative levels. 4.8/5
Depth perception pls! Very good game. I love the idea of an infinite game. I keep coming back to it. However, it could do with a bit of fixing. Firstly, it needs some depth perception. I hit the ball across a seemingly flat platform, only to find it falling through. I can only assume it was two platforms, one above the other. It would be great if you could view the course from different angles. Also, a menu would be nice, just so you can see all the levels you have done, and maybe do them again. Other than this, I love it. Thx
It knows At first I thought this was a simple mini-golf game. Very simple, clean and fun to play! Although I worried on the lack of variety and ease of levels. But Golfinity knows all your dirty little golfing secrets. It slowly let's you realize it has been going easy on you the entire time... now ya gotta hone those real skills and get down to the real game: a very rewarding and random puzzle game with fun physics and a perspective which is sometimes half the challenge!
Perfection Minigolf meets Desert Golfing. No ads, no distractions. And even some hundred holes in you still meet new obstacles. The only issue I have is with the perspective hiding vertical drops or important game features. I wish for a rotate button (90° steps with a smooth transition should work fine if you want to keep the aesthetics)
Soothing I never thought playing minimalistic golf would be so satisfying. This game is a great time killer for when you want to play something calm and relaxing. The minimal colors, design and sound really wrap up the experience. Although it's not quite 5 stars because I feel the game is lacking a few things such as the option to zoom in and out, and rotate around the map. All in all, great game.
So minimalist they got rid if the menu If there was such a thing as too minimalist, this is it. It's either a brilliant design choice or just lazy developers. Either way, it is a deeper existential journey than anyone should expect out of a golf game. Score means nothing when the level disappears after you move on, and even the idea of levels disappears as it seems each course is randomly generated, thus golfinity. Despite that, or maybe because of, I like it. It's intuitive enough to jump in and light enough to jump out. Perfect for a phone.
The sequel to the award winning critically and acclaimed Super Stickman Golf!
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