RetroMiniGolf is a mini golf game that uses 8-bit textures for a retro look. It features several different locations where you can play mini golf, including Retro Island, Misty Island, Treasure Island, and City Island. There are two game modes: Adventure and Training. In Adventure, you play level after level until you complete each location. Training allows you to improve your skills in any of the locations and levels.
The game is played with your mouse. You move it around to aim your shot and when you are ready to shoot, you need to click with the left button, which will start a power meter. You click again to set the power of your shot. In most levels, you need to be careful not to use much power, because that will throw the ball outside of the course.
The first few levels that I played were quite easy and allowed me to get the hang of the game. After level 3 or 4, you are playing with obstacles that are both moving and stationary. This adds an extra challenge.
The level design is good. Despite the 8-bit textures, the game doesn't really look that old. The backgrounds leave a bit to be desired, but I can't really complain about that when gameplay is good.
In conclusion, RetroMiniGolf lets you play in four different locations with 18 holes in each one of them. That should provide you with hours of entertainment.