Minigolf Mania Reviewed
6:22 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
Macworld's Game Room has posted a review of Minigolf Mania from Top Meadow Games. Developed with Garage Games' Torque Engine, Minigolf provides players with a variety of minature golf courses on which to test their skills. The Game Room gave the game a score of 2.5 out of 5 mice.
Minigolf Mania takes the familiar tack of providing you with several different 18-hole courses to play, chock full of hazards that you might find on a real course—windmills, tunnels and bumpers—along with a whole bunch of hazards you’re unlikely to see in the real world, such as moving force-fields, hot rivers of lava and icy fields. For the full review head over to the site below.
You’re able to play the front or back nine of each course, or practice on a single hole, or play the whole course all at once. Although the game is only designed to support one player at a time, you can take turns at each hole as a foursome, just like in a real game of mini golf. Providing password information and an e-mail address to attach to each user account will also enable you to earn “Minigolf Mania Power Points,” which go toward a worldwide ranking system on the Minigolf Mania Web site . The e-mail address also provides you with occasional notifications of new free courses that Top Meadow has developed for use with Minigolf Mania.
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