Please help me figure out the meaning of the word "evening-in" in the following sentence from the description of the game Golf Clash:
Mark Twain described golf as “a good walk spoiled”, but you should think of Golf Clash as an evening-in enhanced.
I could not find a single entry of the word "evening-in" in dictionaries.
For some context, here is a brief description of the game from a different source:
In the game, players compete against each other in real-time, turn-based golf matches of about 4-5 minutes that feel like contests of Golden Tee, the classic bar room arcade game.
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