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Gratuit, accessible et bien réalisé, Pangya a tout pour plaire aux amateurs de golf pas trop exigeants sur le réalisme, ou à n'importe quel utilisateur recherchant un jeu en ligne simple à maîtriser et agréable.
PangYa is a great example of how MMO developers can invigorate an established genre, and an admirable indication of how a free-to-play model can work without unbalancing things with game-breaking benefits that are only available to paying players. Its appeal comes down to solid, simple gameplay mixed with an irresistible madness factor and, or course, sociability. Try it as your next lunchtime game; if you've ever enjoyed a golf game before, you're in definite danger of developing an addiction. My own goes back a year and half now, and shows no signs of abating.
Family Friendly Gaming
Overall, you can't go wrong with Albatross 18. It has its flaws, but the community is generally superb, which is matched by just being a rather family-friendly game. To that detail, it even has a family mode so the whole family can sit down together to enjoy it. It's even FREE! The producers make their money off of special items that are unnecessary to play the game. However, I will give one very strong warning: like any good MMORPG, this game is very addicting. Some pros have spent over 100 days (read: 2400 hours) on the game. I personally have logged over a week in the game. Yet, ask yourself which is better: spending lots of money playing perhaps questionable games or spending no money for a mostly clean game?