Mini Review: A Little Golf Journey – A Relaxing If Repetitive Round

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Just over par.

Golf games tend to come in a variety of flavours. You’ve got the realistic sim games such as PGA Tour 2K21, the more arcade focused romps like Mario Golf: Super Rush, and abstract, minimal titles like Golf Club: Wasteland. A Little Golf Journey sits in the latter camp, showcasing short, breezy levels with an accompanying selection of relaxing music. It’s a game that knows what it wants to be, but is admittedly in constant danger of repetition thanks to a distinct lack of variety in the levels themselves.

Like a lot of the more minimal golf games on the market, A Little Golf Journey doesn’t feature any actual players, nor any supporting crowds; it’s just you and the ball. Each level is set out as a kind of diorama, and you start out surveying the area by navigating your camera around, plotting out the best possible route towards the hole. Once you’re done, you can then set up your shot.

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