Pool! 4/5
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Pool!

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By Byterun (Byterun, Ltd)

Play 8-ball pool against computer or your friend.

The object of the game is to pocket your set of assigned balls (solid or striped) and finally pocket black ball to designated pocket.

Game features:

- one or two players modes
- for left and right hands
- real 3D ball animation
- hint for precise aiming

Good luck and enjoy the game!

Release Notes

11/16/2012 | Version : 2.1 | Size : 12.3 MB
MacBook Pro Retina support.
Many visual enhancements.
Fix for compatibility with SnowLeopard.

Version : 1.1 | Size : 9.6 MB
Fullscreen support.

Rankings

Overall :
#64 : Top Free Mac Applications

Categories :
#2 : Top Free Mac Applications [Simulation]
#3 : Top Free Mac Applications [Board]
#15 : Top Free Mac Applications [Games]
#70 : Top Grossing Mac Applications [Board]

Screenshots Mac OSX :

Screenshots Mac OSX

Category

Entertainment , Games , Board , Simulation


Supported Devices : Mac OS

Comments and Ratings for Pool!

game wouldnt work what am i doing wrong (2.1)
1/30/2017 6:36:00 PM 1/5 By tap589
I could set the cue ball but no instructions to tell you what keys to use to get the cue stick to come up to take the shot

Ok game, terrible gfx (2.1)
1/24/2017 10:27:00 PM 3/5 By Colonel Wagon
On Mac Air, cannot tell solids from stripes.

One Flaw (2.1)
1/8/2017 11:43:00 AM 4/5 By Chalk 1
A fun game, although in single-player mode, any ball(s) sunk on the opening break are not credited to the shooter. Also, when playing againmst the computer, the ‘opponent’ has pretty minimal skills: it’s designed to let you win.

horrible game (2.1)
12/21/2016 9:25:00 AM 2/5 By Chance1498
the game runs well but it is way too easy. i couldn’t adjust the soin on the cue ball or adjust the difficulty of the game.

Best computer pool game I have ever seen (2.1)
7/13/2016 10:14:00 AM 5/5 By Brainwave44
I really enjoy playing this pool game. Excellent. I mean it’s really, really good.

For a free game it is worth the download. (2.1)
5/6/2016 8:58:00 PM 4/5 By NateNewman65
For a free game it is worth the download, but this game would drasticly improve from being able to put english on the cue.

not bad (2.1)
3/19/2016 7:44:00 PM 3/5 By topview
OK for a free version. Needs a win/loss score keeping ability. Full screen option unworkable, expands so large only half the table is on screen.

POOL! (2.1)
3/19/2016 8:12:00 AM 5/5 By Saint2cool
This is my favorite game in real life and in the gaming world honestly i havnt lost yet and im not sure are we playing against other players or just a regular computer if it is a computer its a bit easy for me and it seems like the computer is letting me win but overall it is addicting and fun and yes i would recommend this to others.

Awsome Pool game! (2.1)
3/13/2016 6:04:00 PM 5/5 By Rubyfish
This game plays very realistic. I don't know what game one of the other reviewers was playing when they said the "AI" (computer) cheats by takeing extra turns and not giving them the correct number of shots? I think they don't know how to play pool because this game was spot-on! When I played, I broke and didn't get balls in, so during the AI's turn they got a "solid" in and shot again but missed. They did not take any extra turns. Next during my turn, I shot at one of my "strips" and got it in, then shot again and missed. Then the AI shot but didn't have anything good to hit and missed, then it was my turn … etc. Both my shots and the AI's shots were VERY REALISTIC. And the ball banking, angling, rolling and striking were VERY REALISTIC. I have played "8-ball, last pocket" pool for a long, long time, and when I played this game - it made me feel just like I was in a pool hall playing a real game. Excellent!!!

For FREE, it is an excellent value! (2.1)
2/7/2016 7:00:00 AM 5/5 By Bull Winkus
Just got through with my first full game. The graphics and the physics are very good! No help, and no score keeping, but it’s 8 Ball. The table tells it all. In 8 Ball, the player to get the first ball in determines stripes or solids. If you drop a striped ball, you are stripes. If you drop a solid ball, you are solids. If the computer drops one first, whatever he got, you are the opposite. On your turn, you must hit one of your balls first, but you can choose any ball to get in the pocket. Once all your balls are cleared, you must then make the 8 ball. You’ll have to call your pocket for the 8 ball. A lot of people in different regions play 8 Ball a little differently, but the differences are usually minor rule changes. For that reason, my short appraisal may have missed a rule or two. But all in all, it plays well. Use your right mouse button held down to adjust your aim. Aim can be fine tuned by the clockwise and counter-clockwise arrow buttons. Adjust the power with the meter on both the left and right. Shoot by pressing the Shoot button. Enjoy!


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