Today we’ll be reviewing this nifty little game called Flick Golf. Normally I’m not a huge fan of sports games, but judging from the really good response this game has triggered, I’m willing to change my opinion about them. This game, Flick Golf, is a really simple golf game in which you just strike the tiny ball with your finger, instead of using all sorts of clubs and stuff like that.
This game has an extraordinary graphic and it is very captivating for the audience that has the spare time on their hands needed to play this game. Again I say, I was surprised to see how many people were interested in this game and how many actually bothered to write a good review about it. Still, once you download and play, you will find yourself in the same position of praising this game for all of its features.
- You can try and shoot the perfect score in the Quickshot Mode
- You can also play World Tour, ranging from the USA’s West Coast to Japan in the Far East
- The wind this game varies from the lightest breeze to full on gales
- You have access to some incredibly accurate in-flight spin controls
- Also, this game has some stunningly built 3D envrionments
You are now given the opportunity to experience for yourself the most addictive Golf game that ever hit the Amazon App Store. Flick Golf is a unique, beautiful and highly challenging game that is hard to describe in words.
There are no clubs, there are no rules. All you must do is flick, spin and curve your shots to try and sink the perfect hole in one. There are also the usual hazards you will find in real Golf as well : bunkers, trees, sand and your worst enemy, the wind.
The creators of this game insist on saying that they’ve created their trademark spin control as well as the most beautiful hole-in-one courses around. Add those two together and you have a very addictive Golf game. While it may not be easy, it still is quite captivating and should be played to see for yourself.
You think you can master the wind and bounce to sink the ultimate hole in one? Many have tried and failed, but remember, practice makes perfect.
You can get this nifty little game from Amazon.