Super Stickman Golf 2 launching in March, trailer released

Super Stickman Golf 2, the sequel to Noodlecake Studios' physics-based golf game, will be available this month, the company announced alongside the release of the game's first trailer yesterday.

Noodlecake announced Super Stickman Golf 2 last July and originally planned to launch it in 2012.

The sequel will feature 16 new courses and 4 redone versions of courses from the original game — Noodlecake says it built Super Stickman Golf 2 from the ground up to support dynamic objects like the windmill in the trailer. The studio also revamped the existing Race Mode to support eight players in local multiplayer; the first game's Race Mode, which works with two to four players, can be played online.

As previously announced, a new asynchronous online multiplayer mode is the major addition to the sequel, allowing friends to play with each other on a turn-by-turn basis. The mode will support cross-platform (iOS/Android) play, although Noodlecake has not yet announced if both versions will be released at the same time. Other new elements include additional hats that confer unique abilities and more unlockable characters.

Noodlecake released the original Super Stickman Golf in 2011.

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