Infinite Minigolf

Infinite Minigolf Review

Hello everybody, Shaun Meyers here to share my thoughts on Infinite Minigolf by Zen Studios. I received a copy of the game for review purposes. Like all of my reviews, however, this had no effect on my thoughts and experiences with the game.

Infinite Minigolf is a minigolf themed game that’s meant to be a successor to Zen Studios’ game Planet Minigolf. There’s no story mode in the game but there’s a lot of replayability in the courses that people create using the editor.

The game features only 3 areas which is a bit of a let down. The areas include Giant Home, Nightmare Mansion and Santa’s Factory. Each area features a quick play, tournament mode, editor and a course browser. Quick play allows you to load a random course every time you finish one. In tournament mode you compete in a series of holes against other players. The best score wins the hole. The editor can be used to create your own unique courses to share or play.

What the game lacks in course variety, it makes up for in customization options. The game features a wide range of different things to equip your character with. This includes shirts, pants, shoes, clubs, balls, glasses, and hairstyles to name a couple. You also have the ability to change from a boy or girl character at any time. They both have their own unique items to equip as well.

I will admit that the game is pretty simple to play. Not that it’s a completely bad thing, of course, but it’s really easy to get hole in one’s. The game is great for beginners or even small children. For veterans of minigolf games, however, you’ll find the difficulty lacking.

The game also features a local and online multiplayer mode. This is a great deal of fun, especially if you have a lot of friends or family to play with.

The game also has a VR mode as well which puts you in the shoes of your character. It doesn’t support VR motion controls so you’ll need to play with a regular controller still.

Overall, Infinite Minigolf is a great game to play with the family. It’s very kid friendly and my niece and nephew fell in love with the game. It’s not a game that everyone is going to enjoy though. Simply because it’s far too easy most of the time. The course editor could be more in-depth as well, unfortunately.

Thanks for taking the time to read the review folks. I’ll be back with my next review soon, until then, happy gaming!

Shaun Meyers (Kyo Akiara) out!

Infinite Minigolf






Game Quality/Bugginess






Features of Interest

  • Family Friendly
  • Lots of Replayability
  • Tons of Courses + Course Editor
  • Graphics Are Great
  • Soundtrack Is Catchy

Worth Mentioning

  • Far Too Simple
  • Course Editor Could Be More In-Depth

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