Adam has to get the correct angle and power to hit the coconut ball and land it in the holes while collecting all 3 start to win the game.
Navigate/ Hold And Release To Shoot He Ball
A long time has passed till a new episode of the Adam and Eve sequel game was released. A new challenge awaits Adam with a different task as always. This epic fun sport challenges has captivated Adam and it's plugged in with a stick and the coconut ball. Something similar to the golf games from our days. Try for free this intense and challenging game called Adam a Eva: Golf.
Adam has to get the correct angle and power to hit the coconut ball and land it in the holes. Do your best to aim carefully and avoid hazardous objects and obstacles. Try to collect three stars for each hole and try to play all holes with as few strokes as possible. There are forty-eight differently challenging holes ready to make you work for each victory. Enjoy this epic fun sport game with a classic golf game and have a blast with another Adam episode! Adam a Eva: Golf can be played online on your mobile and tablet only on Vitalitygames.com. Good luck and have fun!
Release Date July, 2018
48 golf holes filled with obstacles like animals, lava and many more.
Collect all 3 start to get a higher score.
A new fun Adam and Eve golf game from the famous series.
This game Adam A Eva: Golf can be played directly in your browser, free of charge. This game has been played 3.9k times and has received a rating of 4.38 / 5 with 13 votes. and was built with WEBGL technology to work fast in most browsers. To have a more enjoyable experience this game can be played in fullscreen mode also. If you enjoy this Adam A Eva: Golf game, make sure to check out our other exciting games.
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