Multiplayer arcade hit Mini Golf King is broadening its horizons with an all-new update that throws solo challenges into the mix.
Bluehole PNIX has added Tour Challenge to the wacky golf sim, pitting users against a series of single-player stages. While swinging your way through these courses, you can keep tabs on your friends’ progress and inspire each other to an on-par finish.
The new solo mode supplements Mini Golf King’s broad array of real-time multiplayer courses, more than 30 of which have been on offer since launch.
Available on iOS and Android devices, the game puts a fun twist on golf by hitting players with mazes, bomb traps and wacky obstacles, as well as giving them the chance to earn rewards, and upgrade their clubs, gloves and golf balls.
The game is free to play and has been designed to be as accessible as possible. Teeing off is a simple case of performing a drag-and-release gesture on the touchscreen.
Last month, Bluehole PNIX added a new gameplay mode dubbed Hole-In-One Challenge to the game, as well as a bonus power-up called the Golf Pin.
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