Mini Golf
Copyright/Publisher: Gremlin Graphics/Magic Bytes, Programmed By: Frank Wienkemeier,
Music By: Georg Brandt, Release Year: 1989, Genre: Golf, Number Of Players: 1 to 4

SCENARIO

Watch your ball roll, bounce and spin across a perilous course filled with obstructions and hazards including sandhills and metal boarders. As in real life, you must play from one hole to the next using skill and dexterity to pot those balls. You determine the direction and strength of your stroke - you have the chance to improve your game with every shot.

Mini-Golf from Magic Bytes gives you the opportunity to plat this well known and much loved sport in the home for the first time!

The Game

Before you begin to play, try practising a little with the "Beginner's Course" which will prepare you for the real game.

You have the option of choosing between 1, 2, 3 or the 4-player by pressing the number keys [1] - [4].

Joystick fire button or [SPACE] starts the game.

The game progresses swiftly. Next you place the ball with the joystick on the start-point (white field). Then press the fire button and move the joystick in the direction that you want to strike.

Having drawn a "line" with the joystick, you can determine the strength of your shot. By pressing the fire button again the ball is struck.

You have some attempts per hole.

Player 1 plays the blue ball.

Player 2 plays the yellow ball.

Player 3 plays the red ball.

Player 4 plays the turquoise ball.

Some informations are listed at the top of the screen which are hole, par and putt.

Game can be played in either joystick port.

IMPORTANT

You can enter the "Expert Course" after having played through the "Beginners' Course" (18 holes).

INGAME KEYS

[Q] to quit current game.


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