The most unrealistic golf simulator is now making its way to another storefront. What the Golf is now available on Steam, with a new level editor to boot. What the Golf was first released as a part of the Apple Arcade initiative. The subscription-based gaming platform allowed Apple users to play a broad selection of games on their Apple devices.
What the Golf Makes its Way to Steam
What the Golf was a standout for its unique and humorous take on golf. One level will have you flinging a golfer into the hole, while another will parody elements of other indie games like SuperHot. Even though Apple Arcade has not taken off as much as Apple would have liked, many of the top games are now making their way onto more platforms. What the Golf release to Steam, users get a special bonus
In addition to the single-player campaign and a 2-player local party mode, the Steam release of the game comes with a level editor to make your own courses.
Steam Version Includes a New Level Editor
What the Golf’s Steam page says the following regarding the level editor:
We’ve received so many level ideas from the community and our inbox is now full… so now there’s a level editor. The level editor is in Early Access and we invite players to give us feedback and share their silly levels.”
The level editor allows players to draw out the course, add obstacles, and more. Given it is in Early Access, it will be updated in time to account for issues. There’s never been a better time to try What the Golf with it now available on Steam for Windows and Mac. The game costs $19.99 but has a special 30% off discount until October 29.
The game is also available on Nintendo Switch and the Epic Games Store. To learn more about What the Golf, click here.