Okidokico’s A Little Golf Journey Coming To PC & Switch This Year

Another Playtonic Friends jam.

A Little Golf Journey

Playtonic Friends, the indie publishing arm of the Yooka-Laylee devs, have been making moves ever since forming earlier this year. First they announced the 3D platformer Demon Turf, then they followed it up with the news that they’re helping to bring the shooter BPM: Bullets Per Minute to consoles, and now they’ve announced they’re publishing Okidokico’s A Little Golf Journey for PC & Switch. Check out the trailer at the top of the page.


What Is A Little Golf Journey?

A Little Golf Journey is perhaps the most straight forward name possible, as it see players move through a series of relaxing holes, uncovering secrets and just generally having a lovely, serene time of things. It’s all about the journey to reach the hole, not the score you get at the end.

Charlie Goatly, Co-Founder at Okidokico, said the following in a press release: “With our previous title, OK Golf, we received so much feedback from players about how relaxing they found the experience but we really thought we could take that side of it further and that’s where the core ideas for A Little Golf Journey came from. We’ve removed all those stressful elements of a traditional round of golf and replaced them with beautiful imagery, a soothing soundtrack and a narrative adventure layer for those who want to seek it out. For us, it was all about creating a game we could truly escape into and get away from the pressures of daily life.”

Gavin Price, Playtonic CEO, followed up with: “After a year of nothing but home schooling, video calls and hardly leaving the house, the idea of not a round of golf instantly grabbed the Playtonic Friends team and we knew we wanted to help the guys at Okidokico make their next vision a reality. A Little Golf Journey is the anti Souls-like; there’s no pressure or frustration, just a pure, relaxed experience which is as deep as the player wants it to be.”


Is It Going To Be Better Than Mario Golf: Super Rush?

You wait all this time for some good golf games, and two come along at once. A Little Golf Journey and Mario Golf: Super Rush couldn’t be more different if they tried, especially with Mario Golf’s multiplayer modes looking like Mario Kart with golf clubs, but both seem incredibly fun.

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