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Sid Meier

Using SimGolf, Sid designed a three-hole golf course to see if he could level the playing field between male and female golfers. He included a number of design elements that rewarded accurate and precise shots, but also penalizes shots that are too long as well as those that are too short.

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Tired of Old Man Winter breathing down your neck? Put away those snowshoes, because it's time for a golf vacation!

St. Andrews has nothing on Sid Meier! This is an original Sid-designed championship links course complete with everything from pubs to castles, and Stonehenge!

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Meier's accomplishments are simply some of the greatest games ever coded

Wright made gaming history when he started to think of video games as "toys" rather than "win-or-lose" affairs

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Penny Arcade Sends Valentine To Sid Meier.

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"If you play computer games, or even if you don't, you should play SimGolf. If you develop, publish, or market computer games, you should play SimGolf. Here's why."

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More great reviews of Sid Meier's SimGolf.

Seems like critics are having a good time with SimGolf!

The patch contains a version of the SimGolf executable which enables SimGolf Web-Exchange support for championship courses, and resolves an issue with occasional crashes for tournaments.

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The reviews of Sid Meier's SimGolf are pouring in! Here are some to get you started!

  • All Out Games
    94% - "It's an early candidate for game of the year."
  • GameSpot
    8.8 - "...colorful, fun, funny, and addictive..."
  • IGN-PC
    "...so sophisticated and so addictive..."
  • UGO
    4 out of 5 stars - "Bottom line: this is a great game that shouldn’t be missed by any hardcore gaming fan."
  • ShackNews
    "If you don't like sim type games or golf games, do NOT let that turn you away from this awesome title."
  • ShackNews
    "Buy this game. It's money well spent."

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