Due to its stingy trial restriction, lack of features, and strange control method, it's tough for us to be very positive about this miniature golf game. For starters, we weren't pleased to find that Mini Golf Challenge 2004 installed a bunch of shortcuts to other games on our PC. We think the developer should at least ask your permission before doing so. Unlike most other putt-putt games we've tested, this one makes you set the velocity of your shot via a meter, then move back on to the green to launch your shot. The program's graphics and sound effects are certainly nothing special, and it doesn't offer a single user-customization option. We could possibly overlook some of these flaws if the app didn't restrict you to a measly six-hole trial. But as it stands, we think most folks won't want to waste their time on this one.
This game is for all ages. It's has an extremely easy interface. The game is played with only the mouse, and it features one-touch speed change and swings. As you go through eighteen holes, you will progress from standard greens to futuristic mechanical holes. The courses change in skill level to give a fun yet challenging experience. A variety of obstacles including twists, springs, and sand traps, await your arrival.