Crazy Golf 3DS

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Crazy Golf
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General
AuthorWLS
Last Updated2022/03/29
TypeArcade Games
Version2022
LicenseMixed
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Crazy Golf is a sports game published by Commodore in 1984, developed by Mr. Micro, running on Commodore 16/Plus 4.

The game has been rewritten with GB-Studio, available on GameBoy Color and 3DS.

Installation

Available in CIA format for the Nintendo 3DS virtual console.

Install the .cia file with a title manager of your choice.

User guide

You are about to tee off on the craziest golf course you've ever seen.

Featuring ten holes, each with its own unique set of obstacles which must be either avoided or used to your advantage.

The ball's path will restart if it falls into a black hole or touches the wire.

Each hole has a "par", this is the number of strokes in which it is possible to sink the ball.

If you're lucky you may be able to complete a hole "under par".

Interface

You can choose between eight possible directions to hit the ball. There are displayed in the window at the bottom side of the screen.

You also have control over the strength with which you hit your ball. This is displayed as a yellow bar at the bottom of the screen, next to the direction pad.

The longer the yellow bar, the harder you hit your ball.

Finally, information about the hole, its par, the number of strokes taken for the game are also displayed in the window.

How to play

Before you take a shot, you must choose the direction you want to take. Next you must decide on the strength with which you wish to hit the ball.

If you wish to skip a hole, and go on to the next one, you may do so by pressing the Select key. However, this carries a +10 stroke penalty.

The game ends when you have completed all ten holes, or if you reach 100 over par. See you in the clubhouse!

Controls

Start - Start the game: Start

Up/Down - Directions

Left/Right - Strength

A/B/Start - Hit the ball

Select - Exit to the next hole

Screenshots

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Credits

Original version: Evan Parton - Mr. Micro Ltd / CBM. Commodore 16/Plus4, 1986 (link).

Created by László Rajcsányi with GB-Studio 2.0.0 beta5.

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