Despite appearances, Midnight Deluxe is a completely different game to 36 Fragments of Midnight before it. While it's a solid enough casual golf game, however, it lacks the precise control, generous level design and joyful spirit of the best examples of the genre.
Midnight Deluxe wants to come across as a calm and relaxing game and tries its very best to do so. Unfortunately, it suffers from some fiddly controls and an over reliance on luck rather than a well-placed shot
Midnight Deluxe might not have the most common concept but its competent control systems and visual environment will help bridging that. Unfortunately its experience never feels completely right, as its difficulty level is too forced on the player and the game becomes repetitive all too quickly and will have a hard time in motivating its players to keep trying.
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There are a fair quantity of levels in Midnight Deluxe, the bad aiming glitch and simplistic randomness make this a weak title.
Even if they were giving it away, I don't understand why anyone would sacrifice their time to play such a basic yet frustrating exercise in tedium.