Mini Golf Ace

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  1. joergp

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    #1 joergp, Apr 3, 2009
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    Hi,

    I'm one of the developers of Mini Golf Ace, our first iPhone title.

    Mini Golf Ace is a puristic, 3D point and shoot mini golf game for up to 4 players.

    Right now it's at Apple for review, hopefully released to the public, soon.
    You could set up a reminder at our apps homepage to be informed as it's available: http://apps.three-2-one.com



    Hope you like what you see, any comments highly appreciated –

    Jörg
     
  2. WellSpentYouth

    WellSpentYouth Well-Known Member

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    I like golf :p It sounds like a fun game!
     
  3. joergp

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    Sorry posted to the wrong forum area – should obviously go to game announcements. Admin is informed.
     
  4. rIcHrAnDoM

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    Welcome to the forums, joerpg:)
     
  5. nickels

    nickels Well-Known Member

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    My only comment is the look of the game. The style is pretty slick, but the lack of a background is a little strange. Does the game run smoother this way?

    Next, how is power of the shot determined? I can't tell from the video but it appears you are just aiming and clicking.
     
  6. joergp

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    You have to touch the ball and drag for hit strength and direction. We changed the appearance a little: the aiming cross in addition of being scaled is now being colored depending on how hard a hit will be (green>yellow>red).

    Regarding the background: in the video there are some holes in the background (darker area, because the plane was not large enough), but apart from that it's as it meant to be. Maybe we will try something different for an updated version ...

    Many thanks for your feedback!

    @rihc_952000: :)
     
  7. Ph4ntom4

    Ph4ntom4 Well-Known Member

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    This looks really great, I love the control scheme you're using. As said, it does seem a bit bland but it still looks good.
     

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