Neverputt ME is a miniature golf game that uses the same rendering engine as Neverball. The $0.99 game offers seven full mini-putt courses (over 100 holes) to play and uses a unique control system to line up your putts. Sliding your finger left/right rotates the course while sliding up/down adjusts the strength of your putt. Once you've lined up your shot, simply press the Putt button on the top right. The game allows you to play against your friends with up to 4 players (by passing the phone around, no network play).
There are a few interface issues with this first release. Picking a course doesn't quite work as expected, there's no sound and there is no resume functionality. But for a $0.99 release, it offers a lot of play and we can easily look past some of these issues.
The developer offers this video of an early version of the game. The final game is nearly identical with the exception of some user interface differences:
Both Neverball and Neverputt were created originally by Robert Kooima who has authorized the release of this port. Lazrhog let us know that Kooima himself is planning on bringing a version of Neverball to the iPhone.
He also revealed that given Apple's lifting of the NDA, both Neverputt's and Neverball's source code will become freely available (once both are released).
App Store Link: Neverputt ME