Desert Golfing

It's been a little over two months since Desert Golfing started blowing minds with its sublime tedium.

If you've bought into the craze and still find yourself flicking away at golf balls across the game's vastly uneventful expanse, you might be interested in what one iOS developer was able to do with it.

Patrick Winchell, developer of Gyrorbital, used libimobiledevice and AVFoundation to create a massive panorama of the first 10,000 holes in Desert Golfing.

The result is a nearly hour long video panning across the ludicrous amount of levels, with the actual holes removed to give better focus on the slopes and angles of the game's terrain.

While Desert Golfing is known for its simplicity, it also has a few quirks that active players may want to avoid having spoiled.

Watch at your own risk.

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Interested in Desert Golfing? Chris Priestman spoke with developer Justin Smith back in August. Smith is also responsible for Enviro-Bear 2010 and No Brakes Valet.

Read the interview here. You can buy Desert Golfing for £1.49 / $1.99 on the App Store or Google Play.