Golfie Preview (Steam Early Access)
For this Golfie Preview, we show you this deckbuilding meets minigolf – the only game in which you can power up and modify real-time golf shots by collecting and crafting a deck of cards. Each run requires strategy, planning, and skill. Build unique decks which can unlock incredible new ways to play, giving you the power to pull off some spectacular shots.
Golfie Preview Pros:
- Decent graphics.
- 520.97MB Download size.
- Full controller support.
- Run-based roguelike mini-golf deck builder gameplay.
- Graphics – fullscreen, resolution, v-sync, frame rate cap, and graphics quality preset.
- Camera settings – pan speed slider, Invert horizontal, and Invert vertical options.
- Tutorial game.
- Customization options for skin, hat, face, trail, and collision particles.
- Three ways to play – run, free play, and daily challenge.
- Multiplayer shows but is coming soon.
- Seed – you can input a seed number.
- Good loading times.
- Flyover of the whole before you play, it can be skipped.
- Shooting or making shits is done by holding a button down then aiming and releasing.
- In between holes you pick from a randomized set of locations and a glitch that can add or remove cards, upgrade them, etc.
- Earn coins from your performance, as rewards or collect them in the hole.
- Aim arrow shows before you take a shot.
- Hit crystals to get either perks or cards.
- Every run and deck draw is randomized.
- Every hole has a shot counter, going over it will decrease your battery life until that goes and it’s game over.
- Holes are varied and contain many little cool parts like hidden parts or multiple ledges.
- Earn EXP from runs and level up to unlock new cards, customisation options, and more.
- The core gameplay is a good idea.
- You can see the potential.
- It plays better with the mouse and keyboard.
Golfie Preview Cons:
- Had text stay on the screen and hide/obscure the screen.
- A lot of slowdown and stuttering.
- Hard to judge the angles and power properly.
- The controls take some getting used to as it goes from slow to fast in an instant.
- You get no info on hole selection like if it has wind, hills, or coins.
- Possible to get stuck in the scenery.
- Basic shot power is disgustingly shallow.
- Using the controller on the menus is messy and awkward.
- Had to abandon runs a few times due to getting stuck in a camera menu or having to press a to continue text not move.
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Developer: Triheart Studio
Publisher: Yogscast Games
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