July 3, 2011 10:00 AM | Eric Caoili
Playing virtual golf on Saturn's moons, just as Apollo 14 commander Alan Shepard did on our own moon many years ago, is a strong enough concept on its own, but Diamond Sky Productions' free flash game Golf Sector 6 does more than just imagine the sixth planet's satellites.
In Golf Sector 6, the courses are actually based on the images captured by high resolution cameras onboard the Cassini–Huygens spacecraft launched in 1997 to study Saturn, so what you're playing on top of really looks like Enceladus, Tethys, and the planet's other moons.
You'll also have to keep in mind the different gravitational pulls on each of the moons when swinging your ball to the marked craters. Hyperion's gravity, for example is 500 times weaker than Earth's, so it's pretty easy to knock your ball out of the moon.