WHAT THE GOLF? Is an awesome golfing simulator game that’s completely physics-based (which ensures a good laugh).
You play as a bratty little golfer (complete with hat and golfing tee) and your only goal is to play a game of golf. Sound easy (and boring), right?
But then throw in some other golfers, golfing equipment, golf clubs, golf balls, soccer balls, moving 18-wheelers, deserts, mountains, and some bombs, and then your game gets a little more interesting!
It’s a new twist on the classic ball-on-green game. Every single level is different and even more random from the last. The goal is the same though- hit your “golfball” into the “hole.” Your “ball” can be anything from a typical golf ball to a soccer ball to your golf club. The “hole” can be anything from a literal hole in the ground to a soccer net to a moving trailer truck. It’s the most random game of “golfing” I’ve ever played.
You can use literally anything you see as a golfball, from people to boxes to a golf clubhouse itself.
The game has a few different “golf courses” filled with random objects and twists that you’d never expect. Some levels are straight from popular games like Clustertruck and SUPERHOT as well. The environments are also completely destructible and can be destroyed simply by ramming your “ball” into them (or yourself). They’re also very weird and have some creepy animations- there are giant toasters that actually make toast. This game is like nothing you’ve seen before.
WHAT THE GOLF? Is still in a prototype demo, but it already shows a lot of promise with its craziness and off-the-course randomness. I can see anyone getting into this game even if they hate golf. Just the novelty of it makes it entertaining and worth a play through. This is creativity. This is what the world needs.
- It’s golf for the aspiring non-golfer
- No golfing skills needed
- Destructible everything
- Laughs guaranteed
- Giant toasters
- Golfers hate it
Download and Play WHAT THE GOLF? (Early Access)
I play the newest to the crappiest indie games and filter them for the rest of the crew.
In other words, I’m a bottom-feeder. Why do I volunteer for this trash?
Indie devs: the last honest game creators.