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Rayman Golf (J2ME)

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Description

When Rayman is not saving the world, or bowling, you can find him on a golf course, even though he is limbless. Shown through a top-down view, this game offers 18 courses. These can be played in a tournament with a scorecard where you try to better your handicap, or you can practice them one by one. A tutorial has been included to explain the game's basics.

There is a procedure for each swing. First, you explore the course to see where you are heading. Next, you choose one of the 13 golf clubs. They all have a different strengths and some are specifically to be used to get out of a bunker or past trees. While aiming, you have to take the direction and the force of the wind into account, as shown in the top right corner. The force of the hit is determined by pressing a button at the right time while a cursor is hovering over the power bar, and you do the same to choose the desired effect.

Once you get on the green, a close-up is shown and only a single club is available. At this point, you can still choose the direction, force and effect, but you no longer have to consider the wind, only the slope. Some courses allow for hole-in-ones.

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Rayman Golf J2ME Rayman in action (monochrome version)
Rayman Golf J2ME Course selection screen
Rayman Golf J2ME Explore the course before you swing.
Rayman Golf J2ME The scorecard with an overview of how well you did on all holes.

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Pocket Gamer UK Jun 08, 2006 6 out of 10 60

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Sciere (245760) added Rayman Golf (J2ME) on Jul 31, 2006