C4D Games: Mini Golf Windmill

In this edition of C4D Games we tackle perhaps the most treacherous test of concentration in all of sports: the windmill hole in mini golf.

Mini golf is a nice alternative to real golf, which I happen to be pretty bad at yet still keep playing after all these years. In this edition of C4D Games we tackle perhaps the most treacherous test of concentration in all of sports: the windmill hole in mini golf. The objective here is to putt your golf ball through those dangerous windmill blades and get you ball to come out the other side and into the hole.

We’ve got a variety of elements in the works here. MoGraph is used to create and power the windmill as well as for the unique setup of getting our putter to swing back and through our golf ball. Lots of dynamics are in play here too, as the hole course needs to be one big obstacle for our ball. The ball’s dynamic properties are activated on collision with the putter, and it rolls along the hills and dips of the terrain.

XPresso links up our properties so that we have control over our aim and power of our putt and the configuration of the windmill. This was a fun little project to make and it lends itself to being rework and configured to other holes.

Download the file here and try and sink this putt.

2 Responses to “C4D Games: Mini Golf Windmill”

  1. Ludek says:

    Hey Michael, this is great. I had a lot of fun playing this one 🙂

    Just so you know your download link in at the end of the post doesn’t work.

    It should be this: http://www.bigmikedesign.com/c4d_games/c4d_games_mini_golf_windmill.zip

  2. BIGMIKE says:

    Yes thanks I missed that typo. Appreciate it.

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