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PangYa

PangYa is an anime inspired 3D golfing MMO with fantasy elements. Compete against players from across the world and improve your swing using a variety of clubs, characters, and cosmetics available for purchase from the shop.

Publisher: GameRage
Playerbase: Low
Type: MMO Golf
Release Date: August 18, 2014
Pros: +Easy to learn, difficult to master. +Wide variety of game modes and courses. +Optional tutorial and practice mode.
Cons:  -Slow paced, repetitive gameplay. -Small community. -Difficult to earn in-game currency.

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Overview

PangYa Overview

PangYa is a long serving free-to-play golfing game with anime themed visuals. Originally released in North America under the title Albatross18, PangYa offers a solid golfing experience with a casual atmosphere. The game has been continuously updated since its 2005 launch in Korea. As a result, it now includes more than half a dozen game modes and over 20 courses. Despite its cute anime style, PangYa is similar to Shot Online, another free-to-play golf MMO.

Pangya Key Features:

  • Multiple Game Modes – multiple game modes for casual and competitive play.
  • Wide Variety of Characters – over a dozen unique characters, each with different stats and appearances.
  • Anime Style – cute anime themed visuals.
  • Numerous Courses – 20+ full size courses, each with a different theme and colorful animations.
  • Competitive Ranking System – ranking system to keep track of who the best golfers in the world are.

PangYa Screenshots

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Videos

PangYa Videos

System Requirements

PangYa System Requirements

Minimum Requirements:

Operating System: Windows Vista / 7 / 8
CPU: Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz / AMD Athlon 3400
Video Card: Nvidia GeForce FX
RAM: 512 MB
Hard Disk Space: 3 GB

Recommended Requirements:

Operating System: Windows 7 / 8
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo / AMD Athlon 64 X2 or better
Video Card: Nvidia GeForce FX 6100 or better
RAM: 2 GB
Hard Disk Space: 4 GB

Music

PangYa Music & Soundtrack

Additional Info

PangYa Additional Information

Developer: Ntreev Soft / NCSoft
Publisher: GameRage
Composer: SoundTeMP (Company behind Granado Espada and Ragnarok Online OSTs)

Beta: 2003 (Korea)

Foreign Release Date:

Korea: 2004 (Ntreeve / NHN)
Japan: 2004 (Gamepot)
Thailand: 2004 (Ini3 Digital)
North America: 2005 (OGPlanet 2005-2009, SmileGate Europe)

Update History:

Season 1 (2004)
Season 2 (2006)
Season 3: Revolution (2007)
Season 4: Delight (2008/2009)

Open Tournament (2009/2010) - Added Special Shuffle game mode, card pack #2, tournament token, caddie status upgrades, and the character Nell.

PangYa United (2011) - Combined previous patches to ensure all regions were closer together in patch cycles to make future updates easier.

PangYa Tomahawk (2012) - Added new game mode Grand Zodiac and new features including the Black Papel Shop and revamped Family Mode.

PangYa Challenges (2012/2013) - Added new modes, a new way to level up, and the Spika character. A new course called Abbot Mines was also added.

PangYa Grand Prix (2014) - Added the Grand Prix Tournament Mode which allows players to compete in a given amount of time against each other and bots.

PangYa Natural Wind / Fresh Up (2014) - Graphics engine updates including new shading, lighting, textures, and menu interface. Also revamped Natural Wind System which blows in different directions to make gameplay more dynamic.

Development History / Background:

PangYa was initially released under the title Albatross18 in North America by publisher OGPlanet, but re-released with the original title in 2009 by Ntreev USA. The game switched publishers twice more since 2014, first from SG Interactive to MAYN Interactive in May, then to SmileGate Europe on September 2014.

A global tournament for PangYa was held on January 22, 2011 in Tokyo, Japan with a total prize pool of $15,500 with first place receiving $5000. The 2012 championship was held in Bangkok, Thailand on January 14. Due to a variety of reasons, (mainly the game's falling popularity) no championships were held since 2012.

  • killingspree

    Worst game ever ugh

  • HikuMAtsune

    It's actually not that bad of a game, reminds me of Mario Golf. I wouldn't say the currency is difficult to get exactly, well, it can be for new players, but if you play the courses quite a bit you'll know the shortcuts and whatnot to help with that problem.