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Proto:Golf (Windows, 1990)
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This page details one or more prototype versions of Golf (Windows, 1990).
|Download Golf Prototype
File: WEPGolfPrototype.zip (44 KB) (info)
- The game has no icon.
- The text on the bottom of the playing field is black instead of white.
- The Game Records feature isn't implemented yet, and clicking on Record... in the Game menu does nothing.
The text on the bottom of the playing field is black instead of white.
Message boxes lack icons in the prototype, as well as have their own unique titles.
As with most WEP games, the prototype's about dialog is much simpler, with no direct references to Microsoft at all. Bogus Software was a name used in Microsoft for unofficial projects, typically games. Games with the Bogus Software label typically were mostly complete games, unlike its counterpart Duff Software, which was typically used for concepts or games that were still works in progress.
The Microsoft Entertainment Pack series
|Windows Entertainment Pack||Cruel • Golf (Prototype) • TicTactics (Prototypes) • Minesweeper (Prototypes) • Tetris (Prototype) • Taipei (Prototypes)|
|Windows Entertainment Pack 2||FreeCell • Pipe Dream (Prototype) • Tut's Tomb • Rattler Race (Prototype)|
|Windows Entertainment Pack 3||LifeGenesis • SkiFree • TetraVex (Prototype) • TriPeaks • WordZap|
|Windows Entertainment Pack 4||Dr. Black Jack • Chip's Challenge • JezzBall • Chess|
|Other||Microsoft Entertainment Pack • Microsoft Puzzle Collection|
|Bundled Windows Games|