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Crazy Minigolf 2 by Netherlands developer Megaware actually installs as Crazy Minigolf, the name under which it was released in Europe. Though the game is not a sequel as the name by publisher Camaj Interactive suggests, Crazy Minigolf 2 still provides players with four 9-hole mini-golf courses, 3D graphics, lighting effects and realistic game physics.
Courses are unlocked by shooting par on the first course offered, Pirates, with practice initially available on that course as well as the Wild West. As players shoot lower scores, two other courses, Castles and Graveyard, become open for play. Unlike many mini-golf courses, par can range from three to five on the Crazy Minigolf layouts. Players aim putts by manipulating a disembodied putter and judging the correct line to the hole — no grids or aiming props are offered. A 3-click power meter starts the swing, sets the strength, and then determines the accuracy of the shot. ~ Michael L. House, All Game Guide