New changes Love most of the new changes, but with the strength/throw power dumbed down, all of my created courses make no sense now and are unplayable. Where did the huge bomb throw go? Am I missing something?
'Breaks the mold' for disc golf games, brings the theme to a simple, yet fun 2D world. Team Prodigy player characatures and discs are a nice touch, kudos to Prodigy for letting this happen. Ability to design new courses is a nice bonus too, but is currently glitchy (items placed settle elsewhere in play, pars change on their own, performance issues if things get busy). Would suggest the game could be more addictive once the control scheme is polished. Auto-focus/zoom on next shot would be a nice touch. Currently zooming in/out sometimes leaves you randomly focused and occasionally triggers an errant shot. That all said, the get-a-disc per ad scheme is a fair trade, hope it gets the developer some payback for a fun little game. Worth the download.
Best disc golf game out there. They didnt over think it. It's a simple physics engine used for a disc golf game. You can also male your own courses! I would love to see a 3rd game with full 18 hole courses, customizable characters, new obstacles etc. I would easily pay for a beefed up version of this. Thank you.
Great game, if you make a third, keep the "pixel" feel to it.
Good but needs improvement Easy to tell this game was released too early. You start out with a putter and a mid range. Tried to get a driver by clicking "get disc" a few times. It's just an advertisement but you never get a disc. Most games you at least get something in return... not with this one. Wasted a minute of my life... Also my daily quest was competed and my reward was "insert name". Clearly they aren't finished. Also your female characters name is "Allen". I sure hope Katrina Allen is getting a cut from this...
- Ability to repair discs
- New levels
- Character selection
- 4 New characters
- Improved UI
- Brighter graphics
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