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Amju Games Releases Amju Super Golf

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Amju Games Releases Amju Super Golf October 04, 2004 – Amju Games (http://www.amju.com) announced today that their first title, Amju Super Golf is now available for both the Windows and Mac (OS X) platforms. Super Golf shares many similarities to miniature golf with a few important additions. First, as you drive and putt your way across the colorful board there are targets to hit for bonus points. Second, there are targets to hit to make parts of the map move. Third, there are innocent critters which wander about that you can whack with your ball. Each of these events trigger bonuses and unlock new ways to make it to the hole in the least amount of strokes. The game can be played alone or with a friend. Two players mode puts you head to head with your best friend as you battle to get the most points for the least number of strokes. Each player gets to select one of two characters, Amju or her sister Marin, each with their own special set of strengths and weaknesses. The full version allows you to drive, slice, and putt your way across 36 unique levels, each done with vibrant colors and creative challenges to overcome. Amju Super Golf is designed to be a family oriented game, enjoyable by children and adults alike. By combining a competitive, easy to learn, and fun design Amju Super Golf is a perfect way to spend many evenings of enjoyment with your children, friends, or simply a way to unwind after a hard day. Amju Super Golf is the first commercial title by Amju Games. It can be downloaded at http://www.amju.com for free for both Mac and Windows versions. Amju Games is dedicated to creating vibrant games that are simply fun and appreciates your feedback in all the work they do. Contact them today by visiting their website at http://www.amju.com.

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