Seoul, April 2005 - Take a swing into full 3D with 3D Golf by Com2uS. 3D Golf puts mobile game and golf aficionados alike into a fully rendered 3D golf world that is fun and immersive. The game will be available on select java and brew-enabled handsets that support 3D technology through major carriers in Europe and the US.
3D golf comes with two game modes and multiple difficulty levels. Mission Mode tests players with a variety of fun golfing tasks, each of which must be completed to proceed. Tour Mode challenges serious golfers as they are pitted against computer opponents over a full course. Players can enjoy 3D golf at their own pace with Rookie, Amateur, Pro, and Champion difficulty levels to choose from.
3D Golf gives mobile golfers close control both on the fairway and the green, including the option to deliberately curve the ball for nifty strategic shots, as well as add topspin and backspin. It also features three different camera angles. Players must user their skills to master the challenges and nuances of each course, including wind and topography, to become golf champion.
- 3 different camera angles to help golfers place their shots (as well as enjoy the view).
- Fully rendered 3D backgrounds and character animations.
- 2 completely different modes and 4 difficulty levels.
- Intuitive, user-friendly UI that makes shots easy to play, while providing control finesse.
Com2uS Corporation, established in July 1998, became the first and leading mobile entertainment provider in Korea. Since then, Com2uS has developed a reputation for creating innovative and entertaining games and applications around the world. Com2uS games can be found in over 30 countries across 5 continents. Com2uS' value proposition to the operators is the ability to increase their revenue while giving end-users a game they can enjoy anyplace and anytime. Com2uS offices in Seoul, Beijing, Bangalore, Los Angeles and London support these operators and customers.