WHAT THE GOLF? Reaches Funding On Fig; Adds Levels Based on Other Games

The experimental golf game WHAT THE GOLF? has been fully funded on Fig, and has added levels based on the games Superhot and Clustertruck.

The experimental and hilarious WHAT THE GOLF? -- a self-proclaimed "golf game for people who don't like golf" -- has officially reached its initial funding goal of $50,000 on Fig, with a whole three weeks left on its campaign at time of writing. The game's developer Triband has also recently released a free prototype featuring several of the game's levels, including a few based on other indie games. 

Over the course of WHAT THE GOLF?'s funding, Triband updated the prototype to include levels based on Clustertruck and SUPERHOT, titled Clusterputt and SUPERPUTT respectively. These were done officially with the permission of both Landfall games and SUPERHOT Team, and Triband says that these tributes are only the first of more to come. Both of these concept levels are available in the free prototype.

Here's the short trailer that Triband released for the Clusterputt level:

If you'd like to see the WHAT THE GOLF? campaign for yourself, maybe if you just want a closer look or would like to download their free prototype, then click here. WHAT THE GOLF? is planned for release on PC, Mac, and Linux through Steam some time in 2018. If you'd like to know more about the game itself, you can read our coverage of it right here.

Published Mar. 3rd 2018

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