Wonderputt Forever For Chromebook

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Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Games

Price: Free

Rating: 3.10465 stars based on 172 reviews

Wonderputt Forever

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  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2021-12-02
  • Current Version: 0.1.5
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 131.11 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
  • Developer: Netflix, Inc.

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Available exclusively for Netflix members. Windmills, schwindmills! In this mini-golf game, bizarre and beautifully constructed courses shift and evolve before your eyes. Wonderputt Forever brings a pocketable nostalgia trip to places you've never been before. A mini-golf game where you must plan your shots carefully and sink the ball into each unique hole. With each completed level, the courses come to life, shifting and changing to prepare for the next. Play in Par Mode, then keep the fun going through hundreds of geometric-themed holes as you unlock rewards in the Geometry Trips mode.



  • Amazing but also infuriating

    By Sparkleshoe22
    I really like this game, incredible course designs and very pretty overall, this will keep you entertained for hours. However, playing the game itself is…frustrating. Getting a good score is purely luck based, I’ve had this game for maybe a year and I only have three out of the fifteen possible collectibles, after countless attempts. The relic levels are straight up impossible. Whoever tested this game and said “yeah, the average mobile phone user can score this high,” I want to shake their hand and then step on their toes. TLDR, very fun game but might make you throw your phone across the room.
  • Frustrating

    By frankster222
    Frustrating I quit
  • Not a golf game

    By notdanielmendelson
    I usually don’t write envies but this is a triumph. If you’re looking for the satisfaction of making a hole in one, though, this is not your game. This is about chewing in the scenery. The art is superb and has this syndical whimsy that I adored. Then you explore. These superficially simple levels have me coming back again and again hoping to unearth secrets (although I would have appreciated them to be more dense). Really the whole experience including multiple play throughs will not be more than 4 hours.
  • Pretty but maddening

    By Demonpants
    It’s odd to me that the game developers chose golf rules for an exploratory game like this. You simply cannot get par most of the time because you have no idea how a certain mechanic will behave, or because a shot needs to be precise but is impossible in the current constraints. The backgrounds and so on are very cool and the new mechanics are interesting, but having a par is unwelcome when you sometimes get an albatross and other times get +35 bogeys. It’s essentially random chance, not skill, which is an antithetical experience for a par-based game IMO.
  • This isn’t golf..

    By BirdofPreyy
    Too many obstacles and barriers to even attempt to do things like a hole in one or have a feel of mini-golf. It’s just a game of how many hits can you do to jump this ramp while seeing all these cool animations take place Love the creativity, just a really stupid game
  • E

    By rrrrrnnjjwkks,,skkrew
    Ec Eee
  • Fun

    By HunterGardener
    Idk what everyone is drinking but this is a blast. I’m laughing and smiling playing this.
  • Great start

    By Ivan0310
    I love the artwork and music—it's got a definite Monument Valley vibe to it. That's a genuine compliment and not an accusation of unoriginality as I absolute love the Monument Valley games. I don't often write reviews, but I felt I had to after I took notice of one often overlooked quality—when a game's coding is so efficient, that it goes unnoticed. I'm playing on a phone that is now 4 generations old and will be replaced next week due to a severely degraded battery. After playing for probably an hour this morning, I notice that it's not drained nearly as much of my battery as I expected. The game is smooth and and seems pretty lightweight. Kudos to the developer team. I would love to see more though. Hope they update with additional content.
  • Could be great

    By Boslaw
    Like so many others, love the look of the game, the quirkiness of the characters, the retro feel of the background music. Unlike many others, I have no problem seeing where the hole is when it’s off the screen (there’s a circle with an arrow pointing right at it), and no problem seeing where the ball is when it’s behind an object (there’s an outline of the ball right ON the object). My issues are with the two additional Geometry Trips levels. They’re so difficult, and not in a fun challenging way. At least in A Trip Into Color and The Art of Geometry, you are able to finish them eventually. And I have, several times. The other two are so difficult that it’s frustrating, not challenging. So frustrating in fact that I’ve stopped playing all together, because they’re impossible to get past a certain point mid way through the game. Finally, I don’t play The Stairway anymore either because the level with the man urinating in his own scull after it you knock it off his shoulders. It’s such a strange design choice to go with. Unfortunately, it’s not a game experience that works for me. I hope it gets better, although, if you can go by the lack of updates in the version history, it doesn’t look like Netflix is spending much time or attention on their games.
  • Huh?

    By sniper710
    Visually appealing but the game lacks everything else. It’s not a game of any skill. The shots make no sense as it never the same twice. The aiming is difficult …it just makes no sense at all. Terrible