The publisher behind games like Redungeon, Leap Day, as well as more recent titles like Tower Fortress and Slime Pizza has released a new golf game on Android. Nano Golf is a mini golf game that plays out like a puzzle title.
As with all golf games, players have to get the ball into the hole in as few strokes as possible. In Nano Golf they will also have to deal with obstacles like golf carts, spike filled walls, speed pads, gates that need to be unlocked, and all sorts of other objects. The game is less about hitting the perfect shot and more about figuring out what the perfect shot would be for each stage. Timing also plays a factor as not all obstacles will remain stationary.
Developed by Ajmal Rizni with audio by Craig Barnes, Nano Golf uses simple controls that allow the game to be playable with one hand, and the direction of each shot is shown to limit the amount of guesswork needed. Players will of course need to calculate how ricochets and obstacles will impact the ball’s trajectory.
Nano Golf: Puzzle Putting is free and contains ads and an in app purchase to remove them. Here is an excerpt from the game’s description and a trailer with more information:
- Puzzling golf action!
- Easy one-handed controls.
- 70+ unique courses.
- Travel to crazy worlds.
- Dodge deadly traps.
- Epic boss stages.
Interested? Check out the new mini golf game on Google Play.