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Aiming and shooting is pretty simple, but get used to hitting shots of different speeds and see how the ball responds.Also, try panning and zooming around the first few holes to get used to the controls - once you've got that down, it will make things a lot easier as you play on.
They're meant to be difficult to master, but it is possible to score below Par - sometimes even more than one shot below Par - on each and every hole in the game. ) Pay close attention to how the ball bounces off walls and obstacles, and especially what happens to the ball when it rolls over course features like sand, rough, and ice.Just like regular Mini Golf, the lower your score, the better you're doing.Each hole has a "Par" setting, which tells you the average number of "strokes" expected to complete the hole - shooting more shots than that puts you over Par, while shooting less puts you under Par.The camera starts zoomed as far from the hole as possible, but you can zoom into the hole to focus down on whatever details you find most important.There are a few ways to do this using the Zoom Meter, which is located on the golf bag in the lower-right corner of the screen.After clearing out these dialogs, you'll have the opportunity to place the ball anywhere on the tee.
Of course, before you decide where to tee up, you might want to know more about the hole - like the best path to approach from.
No matter what the Par value of the hole is, the rating of your success is the same, according to this chart.
If you're new to the game, take a minute to get a feel for the Mini Golf Madness interface.
Playing the front or back 9 is good for practicing and honing your Mini Golf game skills, but you won't get a Jackpot Spin unless you play through a full 18-hole course.
Some future courses may only have 9 holes - in that case only the Full Course button will be available.
You'll have to take the effect of these hazards into account on most shots in order to get good scores in Mini Golf Madness.