System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £3.99
Comfort Rating: Green
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing or Sitting
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 75
Description: Welcome to MinigolfPark VR! In MinigolfPark VR you will experience playing minigolf in virtual reality on a variety of courses. No need for power meters and swing indicators. The motion controls provide a realistic experience and immersion. Currently, the game features three courses with 18 holes each. The classic course will provide you with a relaxed and fun experience while the space course will challenge you with different gadgets like ufos, lasers, gravity planets and wormholes. The third course has a pirate themes and you will be challenged by rolling barrels, cannons and bombs. A multiplayer mode to play with your friends is planned to be included in a later update.
Review: ‘MinigolfPark VR’ pretty much what its name suggests. It is, of course, a mini-golf game with 3 courses to choose from. You have a relaxing park based course (hence the name of the game), a “space” course with neon lights and crazy lasers and a “Pirate” course that looks much like the park one, only with rolling barrels and other pirate-related things trying to block your path to the hole. Taking the relatively small £3.99 price tag into account you do get your money’s worth here. Sure, the graphics are nothing to write home about, but they are better than many other mini-golf games I have played in VR and besides it feels good to play anyway and I have no real complaints gameplay-wise. So yeah, do give this a look, but keep in mind the small price you are paying, that way your expectations will be set to low.