Nitrome's bread and butter has always been its quirky interesting puzzlers and arcade games, and their newly published game Nano Golf looks to continue that trend. With each course being a tight mini-puzzle and with only a limited number of strokes, this golf puzzler brings varied physics-based golf challenges to iOS and Android.
Nano Golf's vivid pixel art courses start off relatively simply, not much different than commom mini golf stages with hills and windmills. But then speed boosting areas get introduced, with myriad other mechanics to follow, from golf carts chasing behind your ball to portals and switches and ghost copies of your ball and spikes and much more. While you might be able to finish early courses with ease, later ones will require precise aiming and modulating the power of your "swing" to avoid hazards and hit the ball to specific areas.
Nano Golf can be downloaded for free on the App Store and Google Play, and ads can be removed through a $2.99 in-app purchase.