Play 8-ball pool on your mobile device against 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.
- one or two players modes
- for left and right hands
- real 3D ball animation
- hint for precise aiming
Good luck and enjoy the game!
Ability to play vs friend.
Pool 9-Ball game mode.
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This game is enjoyable except for the offer to purchase a better game each time you play. I prefer not to play any games where the app continually asks you if you want to buy another version. This in no way detracts from the free version, just a comment. Maybe the paid version lets you rotate the table for a table level view. Yes the vector projections make it easier to adjust the cue but making those visual calculations is part of the game. It is curious how the computer chooses the shots it makes but therein lies the fun.
Great game - Almost
I’ve played hundreds of games with the first version of the game which disappeared from the App Store. This clone is the latest release of the game which is on the App Store. What’s the difference? Advertising for one. The statistics, which can’t be reset to zero on the first release, has been deleted on this version. So no tally or score of games won. Huh? I don’t mind advertising if I can pay to stop it but there seems no way within the game to do it. Granted it’s still fun to play. Other pool games have other problems such as no English or a very narrow range where it affects the object ball. In this game the controls are wonderful! I have a “wish” list that includes individually resettable scores for each skill level, a counter of scratches and forfeits by making the 8 ball in error. That’s a minimum for me hence I’m only giving it 4 stars, not bad at all, but I’ll hold my fifth star until there’s an upgrade with the mentioned features. I still play the early first version with the scoring and no advertising. They could have made it even better and instead made it worse. The silver lining is that it’s really FREE and fun. Some pool games are greedy thinking they’re almost an MMO, MMORPG by charging for tokens or chips for that infinite flow of cash. If you’re wealthy, have fun with my blessings on those ha ha ha!
Engaging and habit-forming. Couple of bugs - low impact, but makers may wanna check ‘em out: 1) When cueball is close-up against another ball, especially when screen edges limit pool stick length - the cueball will sometimes appear stubbornly adhered to the end of the pool stick, making it a dud that goes nowhere when “shot” (as seems the only action that frees it), and 2) Choosing a pocket for the 8-ball takes several taps and on occasion, it triggers a random unaimed “shot” hurling the cueball across the table with the pool stick still temporarily absent from view. In both cases, the game moves on to the other player causing, essentially, a lost shot. Even so, the frequency is not enough to take away from the engaging aspects of the game, that seem very near the “real thing”. I’ve learned to execute a couple of petty fanciful angles and surprised myself more than a few times It’s a simple, fairly basic game with various visual options but be aware, it can grow addicting. 👍
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.