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World Tour Golf Reviews (Amiga)

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Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 3.4
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.4
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 3.2
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Overall User Score (5 votes) 3.2

Critic Reviews

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ST/Amiga Format (Sep, 1988)
Definitely a game for those days when you've been washed out, which given summer conditions in the UK should be at least half the time, and a great way of practising your theory without leaving your armchair. All in all, there's no handicap here to having a very enjoyable game.
Tilt (Oct, 1988)
L'adaptation de World Tour Golf sur Amiga est une pleine réussite. Si cette nouvelle version reprend globalement la présentation du jeu sur C 64 et PC, sa qualité graphique a été mise au niveau des performances de l'Amiga.
Overall the game is playable in the short term, but once the technique is mastered it becomes repetitive - even with the extra courses. World Tour Golf is a competent simulation but not in the same class as Leaderboard.
The gameplay is very similar to Leaderboard in the method of selecting direction, strength and swing. There are plenty of famous courses to play and the design option allows you to create many more. It's difficult to master and frustrating at times, but the extra options make it interesting.
Zzap! (Oct, 1988)
olish up your spike-soled loafers, pull on your gaudy plus-fours and your Pringle sweater, and do all those other things that golfers do - there's just time for 18 holes before you have to switch off the Amiga.

Over 12 of the world's most famous courses are available for your round, and when one has been chosen, the screen splits into an overhead view of the first hole on the left of the screen, and a view from behind and above the golfer on the right. In the upper right of the screen are displayed the course name, club selected, wind speed and direction, hole number, distance to green, and other useful information.