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Straight Clear-Up (Pool)

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It's simple, clear the table as fast as possible.

Scores over 100,000 are possible if you can make big breaks.


AIM: Move Mouse
SHOOT: Hold down the left mouse button. Move it downwards to set the power.
Use the scale on the left to judge the power.

Z: Speed up the shot animation after shooting.

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This is the way pool action and aiming should be played

One of the good ones

Really loved this. Definitely a fun little time waster, and a high quality variant on an established genre. If you like any Pool flash game, you'll like this.

However, despite it being a good Pool game, it's one in a million scattered up and down the internet. It doesn't really set itself out from the crowd much. I can see a bit of change from a few, in the unusual method of determining striking power, but that feature seemed a bit unintuitive to me.

Overall, a good game, worthy of a 9 or 10, but to be honest, there are more interesting Pool games I'd play if I were to seek one.

NipponMonkey responds:


The shot styles is a little different, but when you get used to it I think it's the best way.

You do the same simple action each time, so it's easy to set the power and play shots quickly before pressing Z to zip the animation.

all i see is an advert

the game loads but the advert doesn't go away, sorry but no game = 0 points, im not sure what else to say

NipponMonkey responds:

Eh??? The game loads fine. Don't know what you mean!

Maybe you should try refreshing your browser...

Well done !

It's really neat and the physics are great, the design is pretty cool in my opinion.
You did a terrific work so I give you the best note to reward you :D

NipponMonkey responds:


Credits & Info

4.38 / 5.00

Nov 20, 2009
10:14 AM EST