Awarded Serbian game Golf Club: Wasteland soon available on PC and consoles

From August this year, the world will be able to enjoy the multidisciplinary, post-apocalyptic, artistic 2D adventure Golf Club: Wasteland on “big” gaming screens.

This indie mobile game by the Belgrade team Demagod Studio already has a solid fan base, which appreciates an independent approach to game development, artistic and philosophical angle, a good satire of modern society, and a top-quality soundtrack.

The Demagog team managed to combine all this in their game, and if you haven’t played it yet, it can be done here:

Google Play – App Store – Steam Wishlist + PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch (since August)

The game’s launch on new digital stores happened in collaboration with the independent publisher Untold Tales. The game is part of the IGN Summer of Gaming initiative. By purchasing each copy, players get a digital soundtrack and a graphic novel – an art book that further expands the background story of Charlie, a lone golfer in a yellow hazmat suit. The game has been expanded with three play modes – Story, Challenge, Iron – for those with nerves of steel and the best golf clubs.