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Squibball: Front 9

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May 5, 2008 | 3:37 PM EDT

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Now you can hit your Squibball around a 9 hole course. Avoid the lava and magma spikes.Try and get your Squibball into the gold bottomed cup. The goal is to use as few shots as possible.

z = zoom in/out
space = start swing/set power
left/right arrow = change club
mouse = aim



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I'll be nice

Not a big fan of golf-like games, but this is well done. Lotsa fun if you are into that kinda thing.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


i loved the first one and i loved this 1 even more.
the levels are chalangeing and enjoyable, this is a great idea
keep them coming please


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Sweet game

Easy going and fun. A formula that all flash devs should follow.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Really good game, spent quite a bit of time happily idly wasting time on this game. Only one problem, the game does sometimes crash when you hit the ball out of bounds, not just on level 2 but elsewhere in the game as well.

spinygames responds:

Thanks for the feedback everyone. I went into the levels and built in some bounds. Now you can't hit it outside of the level... least you shouldn't be able to. The squibball should reset a little faster now too.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very creative, fun, and innovative game.

This is an extremely fun game, even if you know nothing about golf (like me). It has a few problems, but nothing that's too hard to overlook. In a nut shell, this game is like minurature golf with a living, water balloon-like ball, called a "Squibball" (obviously).

The golf courses are very creative and fun, and get gradaully more complicated as you progress to the next hole. A few of them force you to rely on a considerable amount of luck, rather than aiming ability, but this problem could be mitigated by correcting the main problem of this game.

That is, your view of the course is very limited except when you first enter it and you get to view the entire thing. After that, you can only zoom out so far; not enough to see what you are aiming for (and what you want to avoid). Consequetially, many of your shots are going to be based on trial and error and a bit of chance--you only get 10 swings.

This minor flaw isn't going to stop you from enjoying the game by any means, but you'll find yourself constantly thinking, "I wish there were some way I could zoom out more."

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