Mini Golf 3D Classic is a free mini golf game that includes six 18 hole courses with a simple to use interface and appealing graphics. Mini Golf 3D Classic features normal mode, where you can compare your high scores with people around the world and unlock achievements, and a practice mode where you can skip around the course and play any hole you like. There are also 3 different camera modes to cycle through including a behind-the-ball view, aerial view, and another view that gives you a preview of the hole. You can compete against friends on the global leader boards and earn achievements as well. If you enjoy mini golf, you'll love this relaxing, yet challenging mini golf game. See if you can set the high score and become the mini golf champion!
Tap or hold the left and right arrows to adjust your aim
Tap the power button once to start the power meter, then again to stop it at the desired power
Pressing the camera button in the top right cycles through the different camera views
Pressing the score in the bottom right opens/closes the scorecard
Tags: Mini Golf, Mini Golf 3D Classic, free Mini Golf Game
Fixed some bugs and improved performance
Ratings and Reviews
Truly enjoy this game
If there were a way to buy the game outright and not have to watch ads, I would easily rate it 5 stars.
Not bad...could be better.
The game is ok. The dev’s could take some pointers from other successful mini-golf games. Physics are pretty good. Power is a bit sensitive.
A few thoughts:
The camera angle options are really bad. Who decided that anyone wants to follow the ball in reverse? Really a poor idea. It should be so the game automatically switches to an overhead view that is stationary so you can see how the ball played. I can’t imagine that anyone really wants a ball’s eye view. Even the limited overhead view is lacking.
The power button should be able to be set for either side. The majority of people in the world are right-handed. Really a pain having it on the left.
The ball should be able to be positioned left and right prior to the first stroke.
One minor aesthetic point: The grass looks like somebody spread cut grass all over. The mini-golf courses don’t look like that. It doesn’t affect game play, but looks strange.
Good Game - A Bit Primitive
Having played a few of these, I gotta be tough. None I’ve tried approach the “look and feel” of real mini-golf, and in that regard, the design of the holes here are fairly rudimentary, at the lower end of the real deal. That said, the graphics are good, the physics excellent and by and large, the important part, I had fun playing. And I agree with the suggestions that the power button belongs on the right and more courses are needed.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.