Galaxy Golf is a really extraordinary mini-golf game that takes place in space. However, it's not the actual space that we leave in, but a miniature galaxy space made of many micro planets and asteroids. The player needs to put the golf ball on the par which is located on one of these planets or asteroids.
The path to each hole is much more challenging compared to a regular mini-golf game. Gravity force does affect the trajectory of the ball, so if you shoot the ball straight, it will circle that planet, and planets do rotate, so it's not easy as you might expect. You can even shooter under par, which makes the gameplay much more interesting in that respect. Each galactic course poses as its own unique difficulties so get ready for some challenging gameplay.
I really like the way Galaxy Golf looks. It's really a very vivid and inviting game. The visuals are really well made, cartoonish, but perfectly fit for these type of game. You'll be playing through different environments, including frosty planets, infernos and verdant pastoral hills with subtle particle effects flowing around feeling this world with delightful atmospheric feeling.
Galaxy Golf is a single-player room-scale VR for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive which you can play while seating or standing. It can be played with either the Vive tracked motion controllers (if you play with the HTC Vive) or a gamepad of your choice. Galaxy Golf does require a VR headset to play.
On Liftoff Labs official YouTube, in the Galaxy Golf VR Preview video's description, they mentioned that the game will also be released for Samsung Gear VR and Google Cardboard. Coming August 2016.