3D Ultra Minigolf (game series)

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3D Ultra Minigolf is a series of arcade-style miniature golf titles. It began in 1997 with 3D Ultra Minigolf, with 3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures and its sequel, 3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures 2 developed by Wanako Games. 3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures has been released for Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360. The sequel was released for Xbox 360 and the Sony PlayStation 3.

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3D Ultra Minigolf

3-D Ultra Minigolf, designed by Dynamix, and published by Sierra was released in May 1997. The game has 18 holes in total. Gamespot gave this game a 4.3. The game is now considered abandonware and can be downloaded on many websites. [1]

3D Ultra Minigolf Deluxe

3-D Ultra Minigolf Deluxe was released by Dynamix in 1998 and added nine new holes along with the eighteen original holes from the original. The game features online game play, although the original has a patch to version 1.01 available that also allows online play. [2]

3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures

3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures was developed by Wanako Studios and published by Sierra Online. It was released on December 20, 2006 for Microsoft Windows, [3] and April 18, 2007 for Xbox 360. [4]

3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures 2

3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures 2 was produced by Artificial Mind and Movement Inc. and released by Konami Digital Entertainment. The game was developed by Wanako Games. The game features over 50 minigolf holes for up to four players to complete. [5]

The Daily Herald states that 3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures 2 was released in September 2010 for Xbox 360 and PS3. [6] However, PlayStation Network version of the game says it was released on November 16, 2010. [5]

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References

  1. "3D Ultra Mini Golf Review". Gamespot. Archived from the original on May 30, 2011. Retrieved December 12, 2018.
  2. "The Sierra Chest - 3-D Ultra Minigolf". www.sierrachest.com. Retrieved August 26, 2018.
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  5. 1 2 "3D Ultra Mini Golf Adventures 2". PlayStation. Retrieved August 27, 2014.
  6. "Video Game Releases". Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL). September 24, 2010. Retrieved August 27, 2014.