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Uploaded
Feb 12, 2012 | 12:38 AM EST

Author Comments

It`s just a pool game maked in 7 hours of working in Photoshop cs 5 , adobe audition and adobe flash cs5 .In my last game I read your critics and I make :
-Sounds
-Menu
-Ranking
-How to play

Reviews


Saiya-jin-PrinceSaiya-jin-Prince

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars February 12, 2012

The rack isn't set up properly (8 ball wasn't placed properly especially), there are no rules (purposefully knocked in the 8 ball early and it still allowed me to continue), and there isn't any indicator as to where the cue ball will connect with the immediate target. After fixing those issues I think a few additional things would benefit this title immensely. Create an indicator as to how strongly you are striking the cue ball, set up an icon where you can adjust the spin (english) on the cue, and also properly align the holes with the bumpers openings.



drewski0drewski0

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 12, 2012

Not too shabby! Controls are a bit quirky & take some getting used to, but still quite fun & addictive. Altho, I think you could have made the pool table color more green for a more authentic feel, however, doesn't detract from the game enough to be even a minor issue. Kudos! :)



kakapantskakapants

Rated 2 / 5 stars February 12, 2012

The balls should roll a lot further than they do right now. Also, I hit try again and now all I see is a striped blue background.



BubblyMacBubblyMac

Rated 3 / 5 stars February 12, 2012

Not bad. The physics at times can feel a little...off, but that just takes some getting used to. There were a few other problems. More than less, the high scores at the end of the game wouldn't load for me, the lack of any kind of pause or restart can be frustrating to perfectionists, and I found that the ball will often clip through the walls closest to the pockets.

In the future, some multiplayer support would be welcome, but focus on improving what you have now before you get into that.