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Crazy Mini Golf Nintendo Wii Gone Gold

September 25, 2008

Popcorn Arcade Presents Crazy Mini Golf on Nintendo Wii.. Gone Gold

The United States have won The Ryder Cup for the first time since 1999, ending a run of three successive victories for Europe, after an epic encounter at Valhalla Golf Club. The European team was odds on favourite to win for a fourth time but, sadly, European Captain Nick Faldo couldn’t pull it out of the bag - so now we are going to have to suffer two years of American smugness until we can challenge for the prestige cup again....... On a lighter note, however, Data Design Interactive - a successful video games publisher and games developer, are pleased to announce that their Nintendo Wii game entitled ‘Kidz Sports - Crazy Mini Golf’ to be released on their Popcorn Arcade, label has Gone Gold. So, instead of sulking about the Ryder Cup defeat, grab your putter, choose your character and aim for the entrance to the windmill.....!

Kidz Sports - Crazy Mini Golf’ offers players 72 crazy holes set over 4 wacky courses; DDI are also introducing the all new ‘NuYu’ character editor. Have fun and a lot of laughs creating customised Kidz Sports versions of you and your friends to play in game. In multiplayer modes your opponents will also appear in game and can cheer or taunt your play on the green.

The game has the most accurate golf swing of any Wii title, where the smallest and the most accurate of movements are perfectly simulated. This is a real challenge for a skilled player or a serious golfer. We also recognise that mini golfing is fun and in case your non- golfing auntie also wants to play, we also have a simpler arcade fast play mode. Play 9 or 18 holes, multiplayer with friends, or solo and try to beat your best, or the worlds best scores for each hole. Lots of challenges and lots of fun, once mastered, you will feel like a putting green King…

Take your putting to the next level with Kidz Sports: Crazy Mini Golf.

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