Golf With Your Friends
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The ball might not always go exactly where you want it to, but it's a fun time getting there
Golf With Your Friends has all the rage-inducing charms of minigolf to savour while playing with your chums. With plenty of varied courses to play through and some good variations, there's a lot of fun to be had, even if the game often feels inconsistent and unpolished.
Rich in ideas and options, Golf With Your Friends is an excellent multiplayer game with some rough edges here and there.
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Fans of crazy golf will find a lot to love in Golf with your Friends, with outlandish levels and chaotic game modes
Golf With Your Friends is easy to pick up but difficult to master, like all the best party games. As someone who struggles to find putters big enough for me at mini-golf courses and who has a nagging injury, Golf With Your Friends is an excellent alternative to the real thing.
At its core, Golf With Your Friends is still a decent golf game. Get an online multiplayer game going with some similarly-skilled pals and you'll have a great time making your way through its weird and wonderful courses (don't even get us started on the Worms course and the jetpacks you can get). Its main problem is that every time you change these optimum conditions – playing with strangers, playing offline, playing solo, playing with a mix of experts and beginners – you're going to get diminishing returns from your experience. As long as you take the title literally, you'll have fun.
Golf With Your Friends is good for a laugh, and the more people you can get involved, the more fun you'll have. The concept is fantastic, but the execution is a little lackluster, resulting in a title that just about makes the par.
It's like mini golf... but more infuriating! But it can be fun too.
There have been plenty of outings over the past few years that take the basic template of golf, as a sport, and manage to transform into something else.
It's a little janky at times and the interface a bit cumbersome, but at its core it's a brilliantly entertaining game that knows what it wants to be, and achieves it well.