Fuji Golf

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Fuji Golf
Screenshot-Fuji-Golf-PC.png
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Chiki Nagai, ANK Software Co. Ltd
Microsoft Corporation
Sports
Golf
Microsoft Windows
Windows 3.1
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
1991
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Fuji Golf is a golf sports video game released with the Microsoft Entertainment Pack for Windows in 1991. It was programmed by Chiki Nagai[1] while working at ANK Software Co. Ltd [2]. The object of the game is to play the round (18 holes) in as few strokes as possible. Factors such as wind are automatically generated, and the player plays against various computer-generated scores.

Fuji Golf is a video game that is nearly impossible to beat - no matter how low a score the human player shoots, a computer player will shoot lower. However, the lowest recorded score for a computer during a round of play is listed as -15 and the computer does not always shoot this score. Thus, depending on the skill level of the player, winning a game is possible.

The game features a few cheats[3], such as typing "fujiwallop" right before attempting a swing to perform a "super drive".

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