Party Golf Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** A 2D multiplayer golf game where players race to sink their ball in the hole. The trophies are quite easy to unlock, though will require a little time, as well as 4 controllers for the Platinum.
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Party Golf is a 2D multiplayer golf game. Playing on procedurally created levels, players race to sink their ball into the hole. The game offers an array of modes with different rules, such as for bouncing the ball the highest, or using sticky balls to your advantage.
The game received relatively positive reviews with an average score of 68%, praised for its multiplayer fun and vast amount of customization, but criticized for poor AI and glitches.
Each of the trophies are quite miscellaneous, though are quite easy to get if focus on each one at a time. The only reason we bumped the difficulty up to 2-star is due to requiring 4 controllers for some trophies, as well as the time involved, as there are 58 unique trophies to unlock.
The Platinum can be earned in roughly 20 hours or less.
NOTE: You will need 4 controllers to unlock the Platinum. Or, each controller can be replaced with a PlayStation Vita.
This game doesn't require much of a roadmap, since all the trophies are miscellaneous. This is not the type of game where you can simply play and unlock some trophies naturally. You'll need to make each one an individual objective, unlock it, then go for the next one.
We recommend starting off by simply playing the game to learn the mechanics. The controls will take some getting used to, at first. Once you feel comfortable enough, start on your trophy hunting.
Keep in mind that you will need 4 controllers or PS Vita systems for a few of the trophies. Specifically, these trophies are related to playing 8-player matches, and one controller can be used for two players. There's the Everybody Bunch Up trophy for playing an 8-player match, the Dynamic Duo trophy for getting first and second place on the same controller in an 8-player match, and the Quick Everyone trophy for getting all eight balls in the hole within five seconds of the first ball. Also, getting the Photo Finish trophy for sinking the ball at the same time as another player is easier to do in an 8-player multiplayer game. All four of these trophies can be done solo, as long as you have four controllers or PS Vita systems.
Other than those four trophies, the remaining can be done with a single controller. Since they are all miscellaneous, we recommend checking out the Party Golf trophy guide links under our Links tab on specific details for each one, and how to unlock it. While some of them may sound difficult, the game customization will make things easier. The only thing you really need, is some time.
The last piece of advice we can give, is to save the time consuming trophies last. These include the Variation trophy for completing a round in all 96 modes, the Good Times trophy for playing 1000 rounds, the Great Times trophy for winning 100 matches, and the All-Rounder trophy for winning a match in half of the gamemodes.
staytrue1985 has a great Trophy Guide here:
A video demonstration of the Quick Everyone! trophy, by Stay True1985:
And Stay True1985's video demonstration of the Wall-Hack Smack-Back trophy:
And a video demonstration of The Long Hard Way trophy, also by Stay True1985:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: