Sequel Infinite Golf 2 from Petite Games is a budget 2D golfing game on Nintendo Switch. Check our Infinite Golf 2 review!
Infinite Golf 2 from Petite Games is the sequel to Infinite Golf, which was released on the Nintendo 3DS back in 2017. The game gets its name from the fact that you will be playing procedurally generated levels, so you will never run out of stages to take on. You can play this sequel in Classic Mode, Arcade Mode, or Time Attack on your own or dive into some local Multiplayer mayhem. As the name suggests, Classic Mode offers the standard Infinite Golf 2 experience, with ponds, sand traps, and even lava getting in your way of a perfect hole-in-one. Arcade Mode will test your skills since you’ll only have three tries to clear each level. Time Attack puts 30 seconds on the clock, and you will get an extra five seconds for every level that you complete.
The controls are easy to get the hang of since you will use the left analog stick to aim and set the strength of your swing, to then press the A button to hit the ball. Since you need to get the ball to the hole with as few strokes as possible, there will be a lot of trial and error for each stage in Infinite Golf 2 so that you can find the best way to hit the ball just right to make each stroke count. This is a physics-based game, so after making a shot, the ball will be affected by the inclination of each level.
If you’re looking for an arcade-style take on golf on Nintendo Switch, with infinite levels to play in different game modes, all with a minimalist and colorful presentation, then you’re going to enjoy this sequel from Petite Games. Infinite Golf 2 is out on Nintendo Switch with a $4.99 asking price.
This Infinite Golf 2 review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by Petite Games.