* Realistic OpenGL 3D Graphics, lighting and sound effects
* Advanced physics engine
* Play with common pool rules
* Intuitive touch controls, gameplay
* Billiard (Pool) full feature support: call pocket, move ball, zoom out, zoom in, overhead
* Play yourself or with the computer or friend
* Wide array of pool games: 8 ball, Straight, Rotation, 6-ball, 9-ball, 10-ball
* Configurable board length: 7 foot, 8 foot, 9 foot
* Modify computer level: easy, medium, hard
* Change board color: sienna, grey, green, blue
* Totally free to play
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More information on pool:
Pool, also more formally known as pocket billiards (mostly in North America) or pool billiards (mostly in Europe and Australia), is the family of cue sports and games played on a pool table having six receptacles called pockets along the rails, into which balls are deposited as the main goal of play. Nowadays pool is also played online. Pool is a multi player strategy game. A minor variant of this game is called snooker.
In the United States, the most commonly-played game is eight-ball pool. The goal of eight-ball pool, which is played with a full rack of fifteen balls and the cue ball, is to claim a suit (commonly stripes or solids in the US, and reds or yellows in the UK), pocket all of them, then legally pocket the 8 ball, while denying one''s opponent opportunities to do the same with their suit, and without sinking the 8 ball early by accident.
Nine-ball pool uses only the 1 through 9 balls and cue ball. It is a rotation game: The player at the pool table must make legal contact with the lowest numbered ball on the table or a foul is called.
In straight pool, the shooter may attempt to pocket any ball on the table. The object is to reach a set number of points determined by agreement before the game. One point is scored for each ball pocketed where no foul is made. A typical game might require a player to score 100 points, meaning at least 100 balls must be pocketed to win.
Ten-ball is a modern pool game. It is a rotation game very similar to nine-ball, but more difficult, using ten balls instead of nine, and with the 10 ball instead of the 9 as the "money ball". Ten-ball pool is preferred over nine-ball pool by some professionals as a more challenging discipline than nine-ball, because it is slightly harder to pocket any balls on the break shot with the more crowded rack, the initial shooter cannot instantly win the game by pocketing the 10 on the break, all shots must be called, and performing a string of break-and-runs on successive racks is statistically more difficult to achieve.
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A rack is the name given to a frame (usually wood, plastic or aluminium) used to organize billiard balls at the beginning of a game. This is traditionally triangular in shape, but varies with the type of pool played.
Billiards (pool) games are mostly played with a stick known as a cue.
There are many sizes and styles of pool and billiard tables. Generally, tables are rectangles twice as long as they are wide. Most pool tables are known as 7-, 8-, or 9-footers, referring to the length of the pool table''s long side.
Chalk is applied to the tip of the cue stick, ideally before every pool shot, to increase the tip''s friction coefficient so that when it impacts the cue ball on a non-center hit, no miscue (unintentional slippage between the cue tip and the struck ball) occurs.