It's a fine day at Cleopatra's Mini Golf Oasis. You line up your shot on the twelfth hole, nursing a two-under-par score. Shaped like an Egyptian ankh, the twelfth hole's cup is at the opposite end, a pair of scarab beetles providing obstacles along the way. As if that wasn't enough, a series of ramps run throughout the symbol; the arrows on them will accelerate the ball in a certain direction, which, of course, is always away from the hole.
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