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Golf 16K
Title:Golf 16K
Category:Game/Sport
Release Date:
Language:English
Size:16K
Machine:PAL & NTSC
Code Type:Machine code
Distribution:Commercial/TA
Retail Price:£2.99
Game ending type:(n/a)
Released by:Yes! Software
Coded by:Kent, Robert W.
Notes:AKA C16 Golf. On the actual game cassette the game is named GOLF.
  Download:
Download from Plus/4 World
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Download from Rulez.org
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Download from Othersi.de
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Download from TheOldComp
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  External links:
    C64 release
    BBC release
    ZX Spectrum release

User Rating: 3.3/10 (3 votes)
Golf 16K Title Screenshot

Golf 16K Screenshot


Derived Software
Golf (C16/MSX 40)
Golf Championship


Publications
Advertisement: Commodore Computing International August 1986 (Magazine/English) Page 2


Covers
Cassette Cover
Cassette Cover
One cover with a hint that this game is for 16 K.
But not a C-16 only game, runs with any memory expansion.

Cover illustration by Jonathan Nixson


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Cassette or Box Photo
Tape
Tape


Description
** Taken from the actual cassette inlay. **

Commodore C16/Plus4 Golf

A game of fun and skill for all the family

Features:-
1 or 2 Players
9 or 18 hole course
Fairway, Rough, Green, Bunkers, Trees and Water Hazards.
Full on screen instructions.

All in realistic full colour graphics.


Instructions
Press F1 to start
Select one or two players
Select number of holes
The first hole will now appear

The game can be played using Cursor Left/Right and RETURN when on the course.

Step by Step play instructions:
Step 1. Press any key to bring up the Select Target Distance Bar
Step 2. Use Cursor Left/Right to Select Power
Step 3. Press RETURN, (only once) to set your Power
Step 4. Now use Cursor Left/Right to set Direction
Step 5. Press RETURN to hit ball.
Step 6. After ball has been hit press any key. Repeat from Step 1 to continue playing.

Press ESC to quit.

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