This time we are looking at a brand new game called Mini Golf King published by Bluehole PNIX. Honestly, I was very surprised to discover the cuteness of this game right of the first game of mini golf. This is very joyful and colorful game that requires no special skill or anything of that sort. There are some things that you must consider before you take your shot like the wind and so on. But we already know games with this kind of physics (Angry Birds). And to tell you the truth is very fun to play. The best thing is that you can play with other people online and by defeating them you gain access to goodies, like chests and equipment. The rules are the same as any golf game – you have to take the ball to the hole with fewer shots as possible. But on the way you have to collect as many gems as possible to boost your score, so there is the skill element in the game but it`s simple enough.
Mini Golf King Gameplay and Review
As I said earlier the rules are simple. The graphics and physics of the game are pretty good and detailed enough to keep you playing the game over and over. What I love the most about multiplayer player games is that there’s always a chance for you to test your abilities, push your limits and move forward. This game provides you just the right chance too, where you can compete with random players in your league, as well as globally. Higher rankings in the Leaderboard grant you more cards from the chests. So, it gives you a perfect chance to unleash the golf champ in you. But that’s not it, if you want to equip some of the fancy equipment a little early in the game, you can buy them using the gold bricks you earn after matches. 3 new cards appear in the Shop section of the game daily, providing you some chance to grab new stuff so hurry up.
Good graphics and physics.
The joyful atmosphere and funny maps to play on.
Enough details on the equipment and good options for goodies.
Time chests to always be unlocking while active and then setup long wait times when not active.
The controls whilst being extremely simple are prone to balls being struck whilst still either aiming or only part way through pulling back for power.
Sometimes the controls just slip off your fingerers.