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Box artwork for Mini Golf.
Box artwork for Mini Golf.
Mini Golf
Developer(s)Bally Sente
Publisher(s)Bally Sente
Year released1985
System(s)Arcade, Commodore 64/128
ModesSingle player, Multiplayer
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Mini Golf is a golf arcade game that was released by Bally and Sente in 1985. It is the second of the second batch of games to run upon the company's SAC-I hardware (and the last of that batch, given that the third one, "Toggle", was never released). A sequel named Mini Golf Deluxe was released by Bally Midway as part of the compilation game Tri-Sports in 1989.


Players use a track ball to direct their balls around an eighteen-hole course, featuring things such as: loops, waterfalls, warp holes, electric barriers, spinning triangles and discs, whirlpools, opening trap holes emerging bumpers, and even a giant skull. It was later ported to Commodore 64. By finishing the holes which have a small flag beneath their bonus values, you shall earn "extra" holes (as you'll only start out with a certain number at the start of the game and shall have to finish these holes in order to play the others) - and the game also has a single button for positioning the ball on one of the three tees at the start of every hole. Once you've finished the eighteenth hole, you shall receive 1000 bonus points for every extra hole you have remaining and the game will end.

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