When focusing on the main objectives, Mario Golf is about 6 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 12 Hours to obtain 100% completion.
|Unlock All Characters||Down, Down, Left, Left, Left, Right, Right, Right (D-Pad for all), C-Down, C-Down, C-Left, C-Left, C-Left, C-Right, C-Right, C-Right.|
All you need to do is start your swing by pressing A and then pressing B instead of A to set the power. This will give your swing the backspin you want. If you'd like even more, you can also double-tap the B button to add super backspin, which will cause your ball to backspin with even more speed.
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Mario Golf is a 1999 sports game developed by Camelot Software Planning and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64. Mario, his friends, and his enemies play golf on a variety of Mario-themed courses. Following NES Open Tournament Golf, it is the second game in the Mario Golf series. Camelot also developed a Game Boy Color version, which adds role-playing elements. Though this game has the exact same name and a similar cover as its 64-bit predecessor, it has many variations.
Camelot made a normal mode of golfing, similar to that of the Nintendo 64 version, in which the player chooses one of four characters to conquer the challenges of the golf world. However, the developer also included a new, more-involved mode of gameplay. This new mode of gameplay had traits similar to that of a Role Playing Game. The player was granted the ability to control his or her character more freely.
This game mode allowed much character interaction and environmental exploration, making this game have a slightly more detailed story than those in the rest of the series. The player could also Level Up, allowing characters to be more successful at golfing. Mario Golf for the Game Boy Color has the ability to link with Mario Golf for the Nintendo 64. With the use of the Transfer Pak, the player can transfer data from one version of Mario Golf to the other.
By doing so, the player can play as characters specifically in the Nintendo 64 installment on their Game Boy Color installment of Mario Golf. The game also features a multi-player mode (unavailable in the Nintendo 3DS emulation), allowing separate players to interact in one game. It also features a special free-play mode for players interested in the golfing portion of the game; this gaming mode has no effect on the main quest.
Japan: August 10, 1999
Camelot Software Planning
Game Boy Color
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