Take up the addictive challenge of Pixel Pro Golf and play through beautiful pixel courses in single player or realtime online multiplayer.
Pixel Pro Golf is a wonderfully unique arcade golf game, that combines realistic physics with zen-like gameplay and beautiful pixel-art. It can be played online or as a single player experience.
Play through 20 gorgeous pixelated courses, each carefully crafted with a unique style and conditions, as you try to become the best of the best.
Use the simple controls to aim, change club and swing. Then watch your ball head down stunning pixel fairways.
Play well to earn ranking points and rise up the world rankings, unlocking different tours until you reach the Majors and hit the top spot.
Finish a tournament high enough to earn winnings, that you can use to upgrade everything from your driver to putter.
Challenge friends over Game Center, with achievements and leaderboards for all the courses.
Using Game Center, challenge up to 4 online opponents to a realtime game. Choose from randomly selected 3 or 9 hole courses, or select a specific course to play.
Invite friends to play via Game Center, or let the matchmaker choose some random players for you, and soon you will be testing your skills against real online opponents.
Can you become the number one Pixel Pro Golfer?
20 unique courses
Single player or realtime online multiplayer
Addictive, fun gameplay
Game Centre leaderboards, achievements and challenges
Realtime online multiplayer.
Ratings and Reviews
I’m not a mobile gamer, let alone a golfer...
To restate the title of my review, let that sink in for a moment... I find most games on an iPhone to be petty, heavily micro-transactional, and aimed for dweebs, to be blunt. Trust me, my New Balance 409s aren’t too tight when I say that I totally dig this game. I can’t stress enough how lackluster golf is to me, and yet here I am, fist pumping after an Eagle on a Par 5.
After much effort, I finally unlocked The Majors on the Scottish Classic course.... it’s gusty and slopes galore on not only the fairway, but the greens are a nightmare at first glance. Put some English on it, if you want a tip. I usually play much worse on a first-visit tournament, but there I was at the end of it all, holding a -14 scorecard to win the son of a gun. I’ve got the screenshot to prove it. I have never been so dialed in on a mobile game in my life, other than RuneScape, so redact what I said about dweebs... I might be a dweeb, making such a bold claim. Nevertheless, I highly recommend this game to anyone curious about it.
My only request, is that the developers could somehow incorporate a private online party mode, maybe requiring a passcode to get in, so I could match against my friends and what have you. Just a thought, but nonetheless, killer game... BRAVO!
Game is incomplete
What’s the point in winning millions of dollars when everything costs less than $600k? Why is the American Open 100x more difficult than any other course? I went from a -22 in the Maestros on my first attempt to +10 at AO after many restarts. I don’t understand why there’s such a massive difficulty gap if there’s no club upgrades to somehow combat it. It’s legitimately impossible to birdie or even par some holes on there yet the simulated competition wins with a -8 so I can’t help but think RNG plays a role too with how good the competition is on top of the wind conditions. AO should be changed or at the very least the computer shouldn’t be able to finish with such an insane score. If you can’t get to the green on even one par 5 in 2 shots then how are you supposed to get under par at all? Every par 4 plays like a par 5 as it is. Are you only able to win if you somehow hole out every approach shot? Also if you have to choose between hitting the trees or letting the wind carry you off the fairway then you truly have no chance. I say the game is incomplete because this seems more like a first draft because of how unplayable the AO is. It also seems weird to have it in the same category as the others because it’s so wildly different in difficulty. If that’s the only course where you really need a whole new set of clubs created for just it then surely you’ve done something wrong on design.
I’d love to give this 5 stars but there are some silly visuals bugs in this game that should eventually be fixed. Sometimes your golfer covers the hole when putting and oh boiiii don’t get me started on the visual bugs with the trees. The distance line should stop or go away if you might hit a tree. I’ve noticed the drop option doesn’t always pop up if you hit in the trees. This is a hard one to grasp, cause you’re kinda forced to drop for a penalty because you physically can’t hit it out of the tress which isn’t at all like real golf. #Stinger
If you’re a golf fan you’ll definitely enjoy this game. Its silly and fun and honestly hard to take seriously. Its got a few off quirks such as particular clubs like the 2-iron and 5-wood that go the same distance. If you upgrade clubs its pretty awesome, but it overall messes your club selection. Again the occasional visual bug and of course the trees. Definitely exciting to see where this game goes!
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- Pixamo Ltd
- 218 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2020 Pixamo Ltd
- In-App Purchases
- Remove Ads $0.99
- Unlock all equipment $0.99
- Unlock all courses $0.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.