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What the Golf? Putts onto PC Today

Following its Apple Arcade release, developer Triband has released their silly physics-based golf parody, What the Golf? onto PC.

Self-described as a golf game for people who hate golf, What the Golf? offers a goofy and straight up silly single player golfing experience. Every course brings a surprisingly new type of golf to players. Sometimes the course is brilliant, other times it hilarious, and on occasion it might just make the player say What the Golf?

In the What the Golf? Launch Trailer it is shown that the courses become increasingly ridiculous. Starting with a standard golf setup quickly it escalates to golfing a house, an egg that starting cooking upon landing, and even a car. The absurdity doesn’t just stop there. Further into the video space golf, golf arrows, and what appears to be golf spittoon. And if that wasn’t enough sometimes the holes will change its location.

What the Golf? is now available on PC through the Epic Games store at a price of $19.99 USD. A 25% discount is available for a limited time. The game was preciously released through the Apple Arcade for iOS 13 and later devices.

What the Golf? requires a minimum of Windows 7 and 500 MB of storage space. Text only language support is available in the following: English, Russian, Polish, Swedish, Norwegian, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Portuguese, Indonesian, Thai, Vietnamese, Korean, Dutch, French, Turkish, Arabic, German, Spanish, Japanese, Italian.

The latest information about What the Golf? can be found on the game’s website at whathtegolf.com.

What the Golf? Launch Trailer | Triband

Triband (@tribandtweets Twitter) is a small indie game developer based out of Copenhagen, Denmark in Europe. The company was founded in 2015 by Tim garbos, Peter Bruun, and Rune K. Drewsen. Additional team members in Lasse Astrup Jørgensen, Morten Skouboe, and Felix Nordanåker. Previous released from Triband include Keyboard Sports – Saving QWERTY and experimental game for Alt.CTRL.GDC 2016 titled Suck My Rainbow.

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