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on 7 June 2017
Not worth buying. The graphics are bad and it is very difficult to see what you ate supposed to do.
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I'm really glad we bought this game. It's easy to get into, but gets progressively more challenging (but not impossible) to keep the interest going for all ages and abilities. The design of the Crazy golf challenges is very original with lots of good graphics and good humour. The multiplayer option works very well too and adds an extra dimension of fun to the gameplay.

Enthusiastically recommended
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on 13 April 2017
Exactly how described. Would recommend and buy from again
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on 19 February 2016
Having great fun!
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on 5 May 2017
unplayable
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on 17 November 2008
This game features 9 courses of three holes, each course being themed - wild west, prehistoric, spooky etc. And each course has a trickshot hole (hole in one), and adventure hole, and a challenge hole. Complete all three for par or better and you will be awarded a new putter themed to the course you completed. You can also collect coins which you can spend in the pro shop for themed hats, golf balls etc.

Also hidden on some courses are minigames including ghost shooting, egg collecting and drum beating.

Controls are simple - you aim then waggle the wiimote to increase the power of your shot.

This isn't quite as varied as the original Carnival game, but there is enough variey to ensure many happy hours playing - either solo or with up to three other people. And it's less than £20.

If you are worried about a boring Christmas afternoon in front of the TV and own a wii, buy this now.
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This is another great family fun multiplayer game. You start by creating your own character and dress them how you like. You then have an option to do a tutorial or simply jump right in. Suitable for members of the family of all ages this is exactly as it says Mini Golf. There are 9 courses over all, 3 easy, 3 medium, 3 hard. All courses have a theme such as Prehistoria, Pirate Mania and Wild West to name a few. During play you collect coins which can be spent in the Pro Shop. There is a challenge Barker option which you have to beat Barker to get special Barker Coins which can be spent in the Barker Shop. Multiplayer option enables up to 4 players to play together. Good lighthearted fun for those rainy days where kids and adults can play each other.
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on 6 January 2009
Good game, fun to play either on your own or in a group. Like the way hidden games pop up in play. Well worth the money.
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on 20 February 2009
I noticed this game was going to be released about two weeks before it's availability date and then waited until early January before finally taking the plunge and buying it. This was due to having played a number of lame ducks on the Wii.
This game; however, is not one of them. It was even better than I had anticipated. I have spent many happy hours playing with friends and even on my own to try and get a few more prizes. The characters are very customizable and you can options as you go along and collect coins.
The game is straight-forward to play and is not unlike the golf on Wii Sports. I particularly like the dozen or so hidden features and mini-games that help to break up the golf.

Very enjoyable, easy to get the hang of the controls, suitable for all ages.
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on 28 June 2009
I bought this game to play at family get togethers. The youngest member of my family is 19!! We have great fun with it, it is interesting, fun, engaging and diverting.
There is enough of a challenge to make it entertaining for adults and enough silliness to make it a fun game for a family get together.

Some holes are ridiculously easy, but that's fine to let you in gently, and some are almost impossible.

There are side games that you can play and if you succeed in them then you get a hole in one. So look out for those.
For instance in 'fairytella' you get a side game of memory matching on the first hole, but it's hard to get the ball into that game entrance which is just around the first corner. Others are much easier to enter (such as the first hole in 'Wild West' which is an unlockable area). You can unlock new clothes, holes and equipment when you play single player and they are then available in multiplayer. There are lots of fun effects when you sink a put, depending on what equipment you are wearing. Try having the 'magic wand' (you have to win it) as you club and unlock a 'delicious cup cake'.

Look out for extra's that are hidden in each area (hover over them) when you are choosing holes to play in single player. You can unlock different things. (i.e. little people waving from a house, click on them)

All in all a great game.
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