But obviously the game's main draw is the courses themselves. Just take a look at the screenshots - these are some pretty bizarre hole designs by any standard. In fact, gameplay is often a strange combination of golf and billiards, since bouncing balls off at just the right angle is often the critical difference between a hole-in-one and a shot that wildly careens for parts unknown off a pinball style bumper. And if the courses themselves should ever get old, the game even comes with a course editor so you can design your own holes (no clue whether user designed courses can be uploaded for online play, but that would be a natural option).
In short, 3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures looks colorful and fun, with just enough added extras to keep it from getting stale too quickly. At least, that’s the way it looks. You'll be able to find out for yourself by ordering from Xbox 360 Live Arcade fairly shortly.
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