This award winning pool is the only online multiplayer internet Pool game on iPhone/iPod! You will always find hundreds of players to play with you and chat.
NEW: Smaller Snooker balls, easier cue control, chat filter
Adrenaline Pool Lite features authentic physics. 8-Ball, 9-Ball, Straight, Snooker against players from all over the world!
If you like Adrenaline Pool lite then you will love Adrenaline Pool Online 2 with all the features of the lite version + personal nickname, pictures in profiles, internet ranking, offline mode against the computer, and a lot of exclusive features.
Lite Game features:
- Internet multiplayer with automatic matchmaking
- Chat system with player profiles
- 3D balls and particle effects
- Authentic billiard physics with English
- Touch screen controls
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- A round is finished after 2 minutes if the player is not shooting
- Modified Snooker rules: reds are not respotted, each red ball counts as one point, a foul is giving points to the other player but is not forcing to replay
Ratings and Reviews
What's up with the 9-ball rules?
Well, this game is pretty cool. I may eventually get the full version to play single player but the multi-player head to head mode is pretty cool. I was playing a guy from England the other night. Playing friends would be very cool.
But, today I discovered a major gripe, the 9-ball rules are not standard. They ended up being just like eight ball but with a diamond pattern rack. The first player sunk a solid and then that's what he had to sink from then on. It didn't go in number order like real 9-ball. And he won by sinking the eight ball, his last solid on the table, rather than the 9-ball. What gives?
The other gripe, or warning for users is that multi-player can run long if you get stuck with someone who takes forever to set up a shot. Admittedly the cue aiming takes some getting used to, but once you have it, it's pretty nice.
Developers, please fix the 9-ball rules and maybe highlight the next target ball since the numbers are hard to read.
Okay app, but...
The pool app itself is alright. Without a single player, people are left to play multiplayer, which often involves people leaving, making it hard to actually play. Now, for those who don't know, this game was created by "EuroCenter", which seems to be the name Linux Cyberjoueurs has chosen for their iPhone apps. These are the same people responsible for Graal Online, an interesting mmo. While things seem alright on the surface, the company has taken a strict stance against anything in the LGBT community. Coming out means being banned from the forums, possibly even the game. Normally these are temporary bans, however, if you complain about it, you will be permanently banned. You can tell in this game from the fact that you can select "prefer boys" if you're female, but not "prefer girls". Because of this company's stance against the lgbt community, I would not purchase the full version of this app, which was originally a part of their game as well. This app itself has some issues with playability, however, when you can actually play, it's not too bad. Not the best pool app out there, but an interesting concept.
Typical Internet chat
I love pool. Overall this is a great game, and I would buy it.
However, I don't like that the owners do not check on the pictures people upload. One was of this man's *you know* and I reported it, checked back a while later, and guess what, it was still there. I constantly get asked for my number, email, age, name, where I live, and these chats should be supervised and watched some how because this is exposing young people to internet dating, and that world is something parents need to protect their children from. I got hit on by a 36 year old creep. He asked me if I was a police officer and I said no and he continued to flirt. I exit the game. I'm not looking to char with anyone, I just wanted to play pool. After this expierence, I deleted the app. I understand it is not the makers responsibility but this is just a warning of what goes on in the pool rooms.
Have fun, be careful.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.