DOS Games: Sports

Fuzzy's World of Miniature Space Golf

Maker: Pixel Painters

Year: 1995

Rating: 4/5

Size: 5.12 MB

The first thing you may notice about this wild space themed mini golf game is its tons of cool and colorful graphics. After choosing your language from five different possibilities, you are taken to the main screen. From here you can choose "Play" and select to play from 1 to 4 players. Next you can choose the game type. You can play 6 holes, 9 holes, 18 holes, or practice.

Each hole has a set par, and you are given an amount of strokes slightly higher than the par. If you cannot get the ball in the hole in the set amount of strokes, the game is over. To swing, simply click on the ball and hold the mouse button down while pulling back in the opposite direction of the desired motion. For example, for the ball to go up, pull the mouse down. To get a harder shot, pull the mouse back more. This game gets very challenging in the later levels, when you have to play multiple holes which count for one hole.

Setup Instructions: The setup for this was pretty tricky, so I will go over how I did it here. First, I opened D-Fend, then clicked on "Add a profile using the profile wizard", which is represented by the wizard's hat icon. Then, make the profile name whatever you wish, and make both the "Game EXE" and "Setup EXE" the INSTALL.exe file you get in the .zip download. Then accept all defaults and run the profile. After it is installed, right-click on the profile and select "Edit Profile". Now you can find where you have installed it, and make FUZZY.exe the game file. You should now be able to play the game with no problems through D-Fend. Remember, if you have any issues with any games or anything, you can seek help at our forum.