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Desc:Not even Eugene Levy could save this.
Category:Accidents & Explosions, Video Games
Tags:golf, cd-i, eugene levy, the 90s, horrible video game infinity
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Levy could make a fortune just doing voiceovers for home movies. Love that guy.
No music sounds more desperate than "wacky" music.
This was from that time in the 90's when every composer who wanted to sound 'wacky' just copied Danny Elfman.

Jet Bin Fever
This makes golf on the Intellivision II look like an immersive interactive experience.
Jesus, this hurt to watch. Game looks like it was designed in MSPaint.
It's not even mini golf. It's just a series of poorly drawn animations and a script that's miles too long. Who would want to replay a game where the instructions are mandatory (that's why you have a manual) and the game is 100% cut scenes that you cannot skip?
Cherry Pop Culture
What is with the word 'wacky' and crappy productions? I think I may have answered my own question
"Hey, im a neutral critic and i think this... this is amazing!! the only one problem like you know is this game is soooo.. simple... but is funny and fun, looks pretty cool, i would be pretty sad if this game is critic by angry video game nerd, the only case this game could appear in a better console, but is pretty cool, are pretty cool and crazy mini golf holes :D XD"

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