NuclearNova introduces GL Golf Deluxe for iPhone: Drops price on GL Golf

January 14, 2009 in Games (E)

[] Meadville, Pennsylvania - Nuclear Nova Software has announced GL Golf Deluxe, a 22 course version of their award winning 3D golfing game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. In addition to releasing the deluxe version, Nuclear Nova has dropped the price of the standard six course version 25%, down to $5.99. GL Golf Deluxe is initially on sale for $9.99 (regularly $14.99).

By leveraging the iPhone's unique abilities and interface, this golf game offers a realistic physics system and smooth, fluid graphics for compelling game-play.

Additional improvements for all versions of GL Golf include
* Rewritten graphics core for much smoother gameplay and larger holes
* Addition sixth course for the standard edition

In GL Golf up to four players can golf five unique courses. Everything in a real game of golf is included in GL Golf Lite, such as water hazards, sand traps, trees, bushes, wind, four seasons, different times to play, and much more. Other unique features include game saving, three difficulty modes, mulligans, as well as different sets of clubs.

Supported Languages:
* US English

System Requirements:
* iPhone, iPhone 3G or iPod Touch 2.0

Pricing and Availability:
GL Golf Lite is free and is available exclusively through Apple's App Store.
GL Golf Standard is only $5.99 (regularly $7.99) USD and is available exclusively through Apple's App Store.
GL Golf Deluxe is only $9.99 (regularly $14.99) USD and is available exclusively through Apple's App Store.

Located in Meadville, Pennsylvania, Nuclear Nova Software is a privately funded company founded in 2002 by Jake Leveto. Jake is currently studying at the Rochester Institute of Technology for Microelectronic Engineering. Nuclear Nova Software was founded with the intent of developing unique and challenging games with compelling game-play for the Mac platform and iPhone. Copyright 2002-2008 Nuclear Nova Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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