Click Wheel Putting In Mini-Golf For iPod
7:20 AM | Cord Kruse | 6 comments
Playlist magazine recently reviewed Mini-Golf for the iPod, one of the several iPod games offered by Apple. Mini-Golf is a 2D golf game which features three different 18 hole courses and cartoon avatars. Playlist gave the game a score of 4 out of 5.
From the review:
The game renders your view overhead, in 2-D, and puts you on the course with small cartoon-style character (that change from game to game). Scrolling the click wheel allows you to aim your shot (or position the ball on the tee); clicking the Menu button will undo the aim (but won’t undo the shot—you’ll receive no mulligans here). The full review is available from the link below.
Playlist: Mini-Golf Review
Once you’ve got the ball lined up as you want, pressing the Select button will activate a gauge at the bottom of the screen that pulses from low to high; the longer you let it go, the more powerful your shot will be. Clicking the select button again will fire the shot. This takes a bit of adjustment to know how much power is too much. (It’s wise to try a few practice shots before setting out on the fairway.)
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