Crave Entertainment releases quirky miniature golf game for the Wii.
Newport Beach, Calif.- July 30, 2008- Crave Entertainment, a leading distributor and specialty publisher of console videogames, has released King of Clubs, a miniature golf game packed with attitude for Nintendo’s popular Wii(tm) system. With wild characters and exotically-themed courses, this is golf like you’ve never experienced it before.
Every course in King of Clubs is in many ways a puzzle game, with multiple routes, a generous helping of moving obstacles, and the potential for some outrageous and intricate hole-in-ones (and even a “hole-in-none!”). To get the best score, you’ll need to take advantage of your magic golf bag that’s full of tricky golf accessories, like special balls and trick clubs. You’ll laugh through 96 competitive mini golf holes that will leave you in stitches, with hazards that include wall sliders, gates, risers, bumpers, trapdoors, water hazards, pools of lava and even boiling oil!
In multiplayer matches, frustrate your buddy with gag balls, gag clubs and audio distractions when they’re putting. “Golf Warriors” pits up to four players against each other in a standard tournament style competition, but with one big difference: every shot the players will all have to use the same randomly selected club type and ball type, so each shot means a new club and ball combination.King of Clubs is available now for a suggested retail price of $29.99.
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