Kolf (video game)
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A game of Kolf
|Stable release||1.9 / 2010-10-01|
|Type||Personal computer game|
Kolf is a miniature golf game for KDE, developed by Jason Katz-Brown in 2002. The game is played from an overhead view, with a short bar representing the golf club. Kolf features many different types of objects, such water hazards, slopes, sand traps, and black holes (warps), among others. Kolf includes a course editor that allows users to create their own courses, as well as a plug-in system that allows for third-party objects on the golf course.
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