Popular Sports Game ‘Flick Golf’ Debuts on Android

After hitting #1 in 35 countries on iOS, Full Fat Games’ Flick Golf has come to our beloved Android platform. The game features wonderful 3D environments and traditional golf hazards such as bunkers, trees, sand, and the wind. Rules are pretty simple in that there are’t any to worry about. Just flick your finger and hit that hole-in-one!  We’re huge fans of Full Fat’s Coin Drop! so we’re expecting big things out of the game.  

FEATURES

  • Try to shoot the perfect score in Quickshot mode.
  • Play World Tour, from the USA’s West Coast to Japan in the Far East.
  • Varying wind from the lightest breeze, to full on gales!
  • Incredibly accurate in-flight spin control.
  • Stunningly realised 3D environments.

Download Flick Golf for $1.07 in the Android Market today on most devices running 2.1 or higher.

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3 Comments

  1. G10
    September 27, 12:40 Reply

    Free game costs 1.07?

    • Anonymous
      September 27, 12:44 Reply

      Hmmm, that’s a weird sentence “The free game features…”

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