NBC Sports Real Golf
|NBC Sports Real Golf|
|Developer(s)||Lucky Chicken Games|
|Release||August 16, 2006|
|Mode(s)||Single player, Multiplayer|
NBC Sports Real Golf is a mobile game developed by Lucky Chicken Games, a division of the game's publisher, Abandon Mobile. With a license from NBC Sports, this golf features photorealistic graphics, variable course conditions, and multiple club selections.
The goal is to get the ball into the hole with the least strokes possible. After a game has started, the player will be shown the hole from an overhead map view. Here the player can position the cursor to get the best shot and select the best club. The player is then taken to a close-up view of the golfer. Here the player needs to determine how much power to use and try to make an accurate shot. The more the bar is filled, the more power the golfer will use to swing at the ball. Accuracy is determined once the marker has entered the accuracy region. Aiming in the center will make the ball fly straight. Aim early or late and the ball will fly to the left or right. After the ball lands on the green, the game will switch to the putting screen. The yellow lines on the screen show the slope of the green. This allows the user to aim the ball while taking into account the contours of the green.
The game was unveiled at the 17th annual American Century Championship Celebrity Golf Event and promoted during NBC's broadcast of the event.
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