This is a simple 18-hole 2D golf game with a retro pixelated design. A few of the holes (like #6 and #15) have that retro Nintendo “that is so cheap I am throwing the controller” vibe to them.
Tap or click anywhere on the screen to begin your swing and pull back to see the shot strength and angle.
Try to get the ball in the hole in as few strokes as possible.
Avoid hitting the ball off screen or else it goes back to the beginning of the screen.
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Golf Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Set your swing shot and angle to try to complete 18 holes in as few as shots as you can.
Starting the Game
Tap on the word Go on the game welcome screen to start the game.
On the first hole it will show play instructions. Click on go again to start playing.
Your web browser automatically stores your best score.
Use your mouse left click to select anywhere on the screen, then pull back to set the shot strength and angle.
The direction and length of the arrow represent the strength and angle of your shot.
Wait until the ball comes to a stop before trying to aim as the arrow will be gray if you try to move too soon & sometimes if it adjusts from “can’t hit” to “can hit” you can accidentally shoot with the wrong power setting.
If the arrow is white it means you can shoot.
If the arrow is gray it means you can not shoot.
Tap the screen with your finger and drag it to set the shot strength and angle like a mouse.
In this game there is no par, however your score is cumulative across holes & each ball is a score.
The higher you score, the worse you did.
Most the holes in the game are quite easy, but I think it took me about 60 shots to get past hole #6.
There is no way to skip a hole in this game. You have to beat each hole to play the next one.
If the ball rolls off screen it gets placed where it was at the beginning of the hole.
Part of the frustration of this game is the ball roll on hills (and even flat surfaces near hills) can keep on going & you can’t do anything but watch until the ball moves off screen.
You can click anywhere on the screen to start your shot. If the ball starts near the edge of the screen you do not need to click on or near the ball to initiate the swing.
If the ground you are going up is a fairly straight hill sometimes it can be better to hit the ball hard up the hillside rolling the whole way up rather than lofting it over the hill.
On the hill in #6 it took me about 40 tries to get the ball into the cup via the loft method & when it landed in the cup it then bounced out, kept rolling, and went off screen.
You generally want to wait until the ball comes to a complete stop before hitting again, but if you come up slightly short on #6 and the ball is on the ground sometimes it will let you hit another soft hit before the ball starts rolling in reverse down the hill and off screen.
If the land you are hitting into it consists of a collection of plateaus at various elevations then using loft makes much more sense.
If there is a hill behind the hole sometimes it can make sense to hit the ball a bit long and have it roll back to the hole.
If the hole is near the edge of the screen and there isn’t a hill behind it then it is generally a bit better to be a bit short than a bit long as going off screen starts the level over again.
The game is suited for masochistic fans of golf who enjoy a frustrating 8-bit feeling in their gaming endeavors.
The game has no adult themed content.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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