Let's play golf with broad beans!
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Ratings and Reviews
A sophisticated concept
Never in my life have I written a review. This is because I have never found something worthy of being reviewed by myself. That was before I found this masterpiece. BroadBeanGolf is hands down the best game of all time. It surpasses the likes of Skyrim, Minecraft, Diablo 3, fallout 1-4, every Nintendo game ever made, and every non virtual (board) game ever devised. This game changed my life. I smile more after I played this game. This game can cure your depression and any other maladaptive disease you might come across. BroadBeanGolf will redeem your faith in humanity through the systematic restoration of your own personal strength and resolve to aid in the fight for a more altruistic society as a whole. Needless to say, I would pay money for this game, and I would also pay for more spectacular levels. Caps off to the developers for making me smile.
Modern day Masterpiece
From the creators of "Fairy of Sit-ups" and "Ika-ring Quoits" a modern day masterpiece appears, we call it "Broad Bean Golf" or "BBG" for short. Legend has it that BBG has forever changed digital gaming for the better. After hearing so many tales about BBG I decided to give it a shot; I'll break down the game as best I can below.
Beautifully designed with little to no bugs. The story line is something you would find in a Tarantino or Kubrick film. Pure genius in every way. However it may take you a few times to understand what message is trying to be conveyed.
BBG multiplayer is comparable to Halo 2, WOW Wrath of the Lich king, ET game, and the current giant Fortnite. Beautifully designed, very balanced, and addicting good time.
Over all I give BBG 10/10. Hands down and undeniably the best game I've played in years and maybe my life time.
Short fun game; needs some improvements
Broad Bean Golf is a fun, short game you can enjoy if you are bored. The goal is to get the bean in the goal in the least amount of shots as possible. I had fun with the game, but I feel that the blue area in the ground was confusing. I thought it would make the game start over, but it wanted you to get out, which was a challenge. I also wish there were more stages and obstacles that would affect the gameplay. Other than that, the game was decent and fun. :)
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.