Tokyo-based publisher, Chorus Worldwide, has announced that its charming mobile hit, RPGolf is out now on Steam priced at £2.89.
Developed by ArticNet, the game is inspired by Mario Golf and the GameBoy era of classic JRPGs. RPGolf blends the talking and questing of an adventure game with precision and power of golf. As a brave young golfer armed only with a club and your skills, you must tee off and complete the nine legendary holes, all while slicing, hooking, and clubbing monsters to death.
Watch the RPGolf trailer below:
Swing your club and show off your drive in dungeons – connecting with a monster’s head instead of a ball, naturally – and hop into a golf cart to cut across a green. Battling creatures levels you up, improving your strength and allowing you to hit the ball further. Outside of stats, equipment also plays a role: discover legendary clubs and gloves to improve your handicap on each course and give you the edge in battle.
RPGolf began development in 2014 and was part-funded by the Indiegogo Community in 2016. The final game was released on iOS and Android devices in November 2017 and enjoys positive reviews on the App Store.
EF Games will be bringing you a full RPGolf review later this month. Check out the official RPGolf website for more information on the game.
View some screenshots from RPGolf in our gallery: