Seoul, Korea - Feb.24.2010 - Golf Star is a realistic PC online game developed in 2009 by a leading mobile developer Com2Us.
Com2Us sets Golf Star apart from other golf games in terms of realism, speed and control. Golf Star features the RPG system to golf to closely imitate a real golf experience. If there is imbalance among stats (Power, Impact, Control, Strength), a player will get a penalty of inaccuracy in his/her shot. Golf Star offers a variety of techniques such as ship shot, pitch shot, fade shot, and draw shot.
In a previous golf game, 4 users have to wait for his/her turn while others play. In Golf Star, however, allows players to play simultaneously in the fairway and only to play on a turn basis in the putting green and the tee area. The feature guarantees a speedy play that has not been available in other games. Precise control of an active shot that perfectly synchronize a key stroke and gameplay also increases the speed of the game.
The most popular feature in Golf Star is a tournament mode that accommodates 20 players at the same room.
Golf Star is available to download at http://golfstar.com2us.com
Com2uS has been spearheading the mobile game industry since its inception in 1998, with its reputation as the No. 1 mobile games provider in Korea, the most advanced market for mobile games. Expanding its expertise to smartphone and PC based on-line games, Com2uS¡¯s Superior contents and game development/publishing capability have been highly recognized by both the game industry and financial institutions, constantly winning awards home and abroad.
Com2uS's exceptional technology extensively covers network expertise and content development to server operation and platform transition know-how. Com2uS¡¯s crave for designing fun games on new technology has been the source of rapid and steady growth within the game industry, which led to a result of Com2uS being listed on KOSDAQ (Korean Securities Dealers Automated Quotation; similar to NASDAQ of U.S.) in 2006.
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