Mini Golf RPG 12+


Tyler Chapman

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 67 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Fight dangerous monsters in an epic turn-based RPG - one golf stroke at a time.

Explore an RPG dungeon like never before by golfing your team to victory. Encounter themed enemies after every shot and stronger bosses after completing a hole. Fighting side by side with your team of caddies, can you grow strong enough to return peace to the mini-golf world?

Key Features:
•100s of items to collect and upgrade
•Fully customize your player and equipment
•Enjoy 8-bit pixel graphics alongside chip tune music tracks
•Unlock additional golf courses and modes of play
•Take golfing to the next level by utilizing caddie abilities
•Sign a contract with your caddies and level them up to make them stronger
•Free daily rewards for checking in that change monthly

PLEASE NOTE! MGRPG is free to download and play, however, various in-game items can be purchased for real money. If you prefer not to use this feature, please disable in-app purchases in your device’s settings.

A network connection is not needed to play MGRPG but is encouraged. Some features such as daily events, which are not required to play MGRPG need a network connection to function

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What’s New

Version 1.031

Bug fixes related to the Ball Ability update.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
67 Ratings

67 Ratings

adriimarii98 ,

Unique fun experience!

Had a blast playing the game. Would not ever think to combine golfing and an RPG but here we are. I adore pixel art so whenever I get a new item I have a ton of fun editing my cosmetics. Can’t wait for more updates! 5/5

->Meast<- ,

Fun game - super grindy

I really enjoy this game and hope for updates soon. However, many of the elements in game are virtually unachievable and/or ridiculously overpriced. Prime example: there is an upgrade you can purchase for 50 million gold that reduces the price of hiring caddies by 5%. It costs 1000 gold to hire a caddy for a round of golf. So you would save 50 gold with the upgrade. You can hire up to 3 caddies per round of golf so it would take over 300,000 rounds of golf before that upgrade pays for itself. In what universe does that make sense? Also, I currently earn about 50k gold per round of golf and that round takes maybe 10 minutes to complete. So that essentially useless upgrade takes 1000 rounds of golf to grind which equates to 7 full days of playtime. I guess I could spend real money on gold to unlock these things, but why would I? Most of the upgrades you can buy are similarly priced and provide only a marginal benefit. So 4 stars because devs are a little out of touch with reality which limits my enthusiasm for the game. Otherwise fun to play.

plaintiger ,

Yep: way too grindy

This is fun but extremely unbalanced game. It's impossible for me to finish the first course. I keep collecting equipment, but now I have the best of all the equipment I've collected so far and I still get wiped out on or before the 18th hole. If there is some other way to strengthen my characters, I don't know what it is. I also don't understand what the little icons for the different stats mean. I can improve either a sword, a plus sign, or a little blue drop every few rounds, but other than the sword, which I'm guessing is my attack, I don't know what I'm upgrading. What is the plus sign? What is the little blue drop? What is "AP"? I don't know or understand any of these things, which I'm sure further hampers my ability to progress in the game.

Tired of dying over and over while apparently having no way to decrease my likelihood of dying, so I'm going to delete the game. Too bad. It's basically fun; it's just too frustrating and apparently hopeless for me to want to keep playing.

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