Fuzzy's World of Miniature Space Golf is a wacky and colorful golf simulation developed by Pixel Painters and released in 1995 as shareware for PC MS-DOS only.
As the name suggests, this mini-golf game takes place in space and features unique obstacles and mechanics that make it stand out from other mini-golf games.
The game has a total of 18 holes, and each hole features different obstacles and challenges that require you to use a combination of skill and strategy. For example, one level has low gravity, making it harder to control the ball, while another level requires you to use a rocket to transport the ball to the next platform. The game has a variety of other obstacles as well, including conveyor belts, portals, and even aliens.
Interestingly, you must maintain a negative score to progress through the levels. If you complete a hole under par, any extra strokes are carried over to the next hole. If you reach zero, the game is over. This adds an extra level of challenge and strategy to the game, as you must balance the desire to score well with the need to keep a negative score.
The controls in Fuzzy's World of Miniature Space Golf are simple and intuitive. You use your mouse to "swing" your virtual club and hit the ball around the course. It's a bit like Pool games. The graphics and sound effects in the game are also excellent and add to the overall fun and entertaining experience. The music is happy and playful, with an excellent upbeat sound that perfectly complements the game's theme. Somehow, it reminds me of Lemmings.
Fuzzy's World of Miniature Space Golf is an enjoyable and unique mini-golf game that stands out from other games in the genre. It's clear that a lot of time and effort went into the game's development, and it shows in the high-quality graphics, sound, and gameplay.
If you're a fan of mini-golf or just looking for a fun and challenging game, Fuzzy's World of Miniature Space Golf is definitely worth checking out.