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Oct 5, 2012 | 11:53 AM EDT

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Use the mouse. Sink all 9 balls in order.

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SONNYISAWSOMESONNYISAWSOME

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 7, 2012

Nice one!


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Butters3Butters3

Rated 3 / 5 stars October 7, 2012

its ok :L


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missingamericamissingamerica

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars October 6, 2012

i wish there was a way t fine tune the shot a bit more (maybe with the use of the arrow keys) some shots became impossible as the line for the shot would jump right over the angle that was needed...my other issue is the pockets of the pool table...it doesn't take into account that the pockets are not squared so when you could usually sneak a ball into the side...this game has the ball bounce off a barrier that not even there...aside from that great start really hope you fine tune it a bit more



SentioSentio

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars October 6, 2012

Pretty average. The physics, which games like this live and die on, are mostly ok, though some angles are a little odd, and I did have a ball bounce 'through' a cushion before returning to the table. What lets this down is the lack of traditional rules- combination shots are penalised rather than rewarded, there is no penalty for hitting the wrong ball, or indeed no ball at all, and sinking the 9 ball does not end the frame.

There are much much better pool games around, but as a start this is passable.


eichwulf responds:

Thaks, will fix these for the next version!


rebeldevilrebeldevil

Rated 3 / 5 stars October 6, 2012

The controls and audio are okay, the graphics are fine but nothing to write home about. There are some errors in the rules. Firstly, if the 9-ball is sunk on a legal shot, the player wins the game automatically. Secondly, you should have a scratched cue ball and any pocketed balls returned at the same time, as well as allow for cue placement after a scratch.