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Mini Golf 2
Author: harrison Submitted: 13th June, 2006 Favourites:0
Genre: Sport Downloads: 75
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This is my second mini golf game ive made.

In this game you get to place your ball anywhere on the mat that you choose rather than it already being chosen, and you can choose the color of your ball. there are 18 holes with many surprises. some holes you may reconize from real mini golf courses. after each hole you have the cahnce to visit the pro shop and buy items with the points you have. the items are, shoot harder, automatic hole in one, no hills, and bigger hole. all of which are very helpfull. and finally there is a high score page.

CONTROLS:
use the left mouse button
when your ball stops the power bar will show up and start up. aim your mouse where you want the ball to go and click for the power and the ball will shoot at the mouse with the power of the power meter. if the ball goes in the sand it will slow down. if you shoot in the water you will lose a stroke and have to take a drop. the lower the score the better.

GOOD LUCK

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http://www.harrysgames.com/minigolf2.ccn (178 kb )



Posted by Silveraura 15th June, 2006

A squal does NOT mean just changing a few things, and releasing it 3 days later, sorry if that sounded rough. A few good comments on a game, doesnt mean that everyone wants a sequal, expecially this soon. Try to work on something else, then come back to this later if your still interested. Also, spend more time on it.
 
Posted by harrison 15th June, 2006

well i accually had finished my first mini golf game about 3 weeks ago but i just joined here so i posted it. so i had spent about 3 weeks on the game.
 
Posted by DELETED!_by account owner 15th June, 2006

This isnt very well done. It has dodgey graphics and wall glitches. Maybe you should have spent all your time making 1 good mini golf game instead of 2 average ones.
 
Posted by DELETED!_by account owner 16th June, 2006

http://www.create-games.com/download.asp?id=6232 <<< Play this one its 100x better!!
 
Posted by Knudde (Shab) 21st June, 2006

Firespell, don't advertise your barely functioning crap in other people's downloads; that's just rude.
 
Posted by DaVince 24th June, 2006

Seconded.

I will now download this game to see if it's better than firespell's crap.
 
Posted by DaVince 24th June, 2006

Uh, a Vitalize ccn? At least add a webpage for it, then. Now I have to open it with MMF's subapp extension!
 
Posted by DaVince 24th June, 2006

Hm. It's a pretty simple game, but the controls and special objects work pretty well. Here are some pointers though:

1. Some of the buttons don't have box collision turned on. The play/credits/help buttons apparently do, but not the rest.
2. Don't resize your images in MMF; it's ugly. If you really have to resize an image, so it in a good image viewer or editors; those filter the resizes which looks better.
3. The backgrounds in the menus are very plain, only one colour. Make small or bigger background objects to make things look nicer, or make a complete custom background (more effort, but it's worth it if the game's good enough).
4. Add music, it brings something to the atmosphere of the game.
5. In the power fillup bar, do NOT use red. Complete red and green colours clash with each other, and it just doesn't look good. If you can, change the grey border of the fillup border into a fitting colour too, or just leave it away.
6. Add more texture to the grass and objects in the game.
7. If you give people the ccn to play, you'd be better off putting your game as an object inside a web page. You'd be better off creating a stand-alone app though, and zip all files that come out of it.

That's it. I'll play a bit more and look for improvements or suggestions.
 
Posted by DaVince 24th June, 2006

Ah.

- When buying something, at least keep the description next to it so the player knows what he bought.
- You can't shoot the ball while over the power bar.
- In some levels, a few holes are just transporters to other holes, but they look the same as the finishing hole. This is confusing, find a way to identify the different holes.
 
Posted by DaVince 24th June, 2006

Last note: score submitting doesn't work for me.
 

 



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