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A Brief History
Based in Denver, CO
January 10, 2018
In February 2018, Thomas (founder) was watching some stream clips on YouTube by internet comedians and streamers named Loading Ready Run, when he stumbled upon an episode of their Watch & Play stream (a stream where Graham Stark and Alex Steacy play games that are not considered to be of the best quality) in which they played a game where there really wasn't anything to do. So, trying to make his own fun, Alex started shooting things at random. This didn't accomplish much-- until the barrel.
Most of the objects in the game didn't react to the bullets. Most barrels in the game didn't react to bullets; but this barrel was special. When Alex shot at this particular barrel, it just went. Finally finding something interesting to do in this otherwise boring game, he just ran after this barrel shooting it. After shooting it around for a while, Alex said, "You know, all this needs is a hole to shoot it into and you've got a game!".
That was how Nice Shot! was born.
Do you like golfing? Do you like shooting guns? How about both?
Nice Shot! is an FPS golf game-- no, really. In Nice Shot!, you went out for a nice day on the golf course, but you accidentally packed your guns instead of your clubs. Might as well make the most of such a common mistake!
The gameplay in Nice Shot! is an interesting blend of FPS, golf, and billiards to some degree. The angle that you shoot the ball influences the direction and the loft, and with the ability to shoot the ball instead of hit it with the club allows you to either play it as a "traditional" golf game, or do really cool stuff like juggle the ball in midair or hit it into the hole while it's against the wall. You can even get the ball in the hole without taking a single step! The sky is the limit with Nice Shot!, and your play style can be as bland or as wild as you like.
Nice Shot! has 3 full 18-hole courses of varying difficulties for use in single-player (and multiplayer upon the full public release of the game), as well as DLC courses planned if the game sells enough copies.
Trailer - September 22, 2018
Screenshots - Download all screenshots as a .zip
Game and Studio Logos and Icons - Download all logos and icons as a .zip
Awards and Recognition