Putt More Base
Putt More Base Instructions
Putt More Base is controlled by using the mouse. Click and drag on the ball to aim and power your putt. Release the mouse button to hit the ball. Click and drag items to place them on the stage.
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Putt More Base Walkthrough
Putt More Base is the sequel to the miniature golf game, Putt Base, and like its predecessor is developed by Gawang Jayc. Putt More Base features improved graphics (thanks to turboNuke) as well as simpler controls and more-forgiving gameplay.
Unlike Putt Base, where players had to get the ball into the hole in one stroke, Putt More Base follows more conventional golf rules and allows players to take as many strokes as necessary to get the ball into the hole. The objective is still to get the ball into the hole in as few strokes as possible, however, and each hole has a par number of strokes. The fewer strokes you take to get the ball into the hole, the better your score will be.
This miniature golf game features two courses consisting of eighteen holes each. You will have to complete the first eighteen holes (the amateur course) before unlocking the other eighteen (the professional course, which is more difficult). If you do not have time to complete all of the holes at once, don't fret; your progress is saved at the end of each hole, so you will be able to continue from where you left off the next time that you play. You can also retry any hole that you have completed and attempt to improve your score.
While Putt More Base is a miniature golf game on its surface, it also features some elements from puzzle games and physics games. Some holes have items which can be placed on the stage to change the course of the ball. Items include wedges, rubber blocks, boosters, and more. To place an object on the stage, simply click and drag it from your inventory to where you want to place the object. To remove an object, hover your mouse over the object and click the trash can icon that will appear adjacent to it. The fewer objects that you use, the more bonus points you will be rewarded at the end of the hole, so if you want to earn a high score, try to avoid using objects!
While Putt More Base is still challenging, it is not as difficult as its predecessor, which makes it appealing to a wider audience, including casual gamers. This mini-golf game will keep most gamers entertained, but if the thirty-six holes in the default courses are not enough for you, then you can try user-created holes or try creating your own!