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Mezase! Top Pro: Green ni Kakeru Yume

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Initial release date  5 March 1993
Publisher  Jaleco
Developer  Tose
Genre  Sports game
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Platform  Nintendo Entertainment System
Modes  Single-player video game, Multiplayer video game
Similar  Jaleco games, Other games

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Mezase! Top Pro: Green ni Kakeru Yume (めざせ! トッププロ~グリーンに賭ける夢, Mezase! Toppu Puro ~ Guriin ni Kakeru Yume, lit. "Aim! Top Pro - Dream in Green") is Jaleco's first golf game, released exclusively in Japan in 1993. It was developed by TOSE and published by Jaleco.



There are four modes in the game: stroke, course, challenge and train. When the game start, one can change the club then the golf stance. After these choices are done, a screen with the golf player swinging the club is shown, and the player must press the button A at an exact time to select the force that the club will impact the ball. There is also a caddy menu that can be accessed with the button B. In this menu, one can get hints for the current hole, ask for and mulligan and even can be consoled by the caddy if the player misses many strokes. As the player progress in the challenge mode, he can use the money won to buy new clubs and hire new caddies.

The game simulates many terrains, such as grass and sand, and also takes account the effect of the wind, which velocity and direction is shown to the player before his making the stroke. Besides that, the game has also a two player mode, where each player takes a turn to stroke.


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