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Jul 31, 2008 | 12:35 PM EDT

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How good is your visual memory and hand-eye coordination? Challenge six 9-hole courses of increasing difficulty. Once you're done, visit LetsMakeAGame.com to play user-created levels and make your own!

Click on the blue box (the tee) and drag. The screen will go blank, so make sure you remember where the hole is! Let go to place the ball. Try to get to the hole in as few strokes as possible!

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Reviews


cyraxmaster23cyraxmaster23

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 1, 2008

paper is fun

its a fun game if you want to play something different. although the first time the screen disappeared i didnt know what had happened... the game is fun and when i got into it i started getting birdies! good job on this.



ArdjetArdjet

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 1, 2008

Fun!

Although simple in design (consistent with the paper-ish theme), the gameplay is very clever. The screen going blank simulates the lack of control on a golf swing very well, and is an excellent memory exercise. Unfortunately, as a result, I tend to suck at this game as much as I do at real golf. XD

The trees and the water as obstacles make it good and challenging, but I can't tell you the point of the sand pits other than for aesthetic reasons.

Anyway, really nice job, and thanks.



FluidEnergyFluidEnergy

Rated 3 / 5 stars August 1, 2008

Hmm

This is a fairly fun game with really good, fresh ideas, great simple graphics and music that suited it perfectly... but I got bored very quickly. Not much to do besides draw a line to the goal; there needs to be new ideas and objectives that develop as the game progresses. Still, pretty good. Entertaining for a short while.

I'll give you my 3.


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NeoPhoenix1985NeoPhoenix1985

Rated 3 / 5 stars August 1, 2008

Nice game

I'm Pseudomage by the way.

Here's your way to the highscores:

- Mark the point of desire with your fingertip or a pen or something.
- Click on the point of start and then, with your left button still pressed, do a rightclick for the Dropdown-Menu.
- Now you can release your fingers from the mouse, move your cursor to your target and then push the left mousebutton.

TADAAAAA!



eggsandmushroomseggsandmushrooms

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 1, 2008

hehe

i forgot that the cursor also disappears...
a little boring but golfs usually do...