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Box artwork for Putt Putt Golf.
Putt Putt Golf
Developer(s)Pack-In-Video
Publisher(s)Pack-In-Video
System(s)Famicom Disk System
Release date(s)
Family Computer Disk System icon.png Family Computer Disk System
Genre(s)Golf
ModesSingle player
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Putt Putt Golf (パットパットゴルフ?) is a miniature golf game developed by Pack-In-Video for the Famicom Disk System and published in Japan in 1989. It is one of many golf games for the Famicom and the Famicom Disk System, but one of the few to take players through an abstract world rather than an approximation of a real golf course. The goal of each stage is to reach the hole on the green and sink the ball in as few strokes as possible, but each of the courses are covered with various obstacles; some animated, some stationary. The player must navigate around them (or use them to their advantage, in some cases) in order to achieve the best score.


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