Pooking - Billiards City 4+

Relaxed game of 8 Ball

孟磊 朱

Designed for iPad

    • Free

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Description

Pooking - Billiards City is a modern arcade style pool game with single player, If you love a relaxed game of 8 ball, this is the game for you!

With Pooking - Billiards City, gameplay is Champion! Pooking - Billiards City uses the latest technology to create the most realistic and exciting 8 Ball simulator. Experience pool like never before, thanks to the stunning HD graphics, fantastic playability and ultra realistic ball physics. Challenge a variety of stylish new level of different ability from beginner right up to pro level. Hone your skills, improve your game and defeat the opposition to gain access to new city bars, win trophies and become the acclaimed Pooking - Billiards City Champion!

Play Pooking - Billiards City and become mesmerised by our balls and decals, so join us please, and just have fun playing pool!!

Key Features
Amazing Single Player Mode
Realistic 3D ball animation
Super smooth controls
Powerful simulation with accurate ball physics
Touch control for moving the stick

What’s New

Version 2.4.3

fix bugs

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
39.8K Ratings

39.8K Ratings

KatWalk65 ,

Solid game

I like a realistic looking game for pool where you have control over your cue. This game delivers on all fronts while being aesthetically appealing. I like the uneven-edged tables; makes for some creative bouncing off walls which adds to the game play. The best part is that while the game is challenging enough to keep me playing, it's not so hard (like so many bot games in general-we get it, AI you win- which just demoralize you ie reversi!) that I give up. Or to get a cue that works or balls that aren't suspiciously weighted (like golf games) I have to spend 99 cents. Nope. This is pool. The developer deserves your kudos for not interrupting the flow of pool (not like bowling which is basically crack) with invasive ads or gimmicks to get my coins to just play! Thank you very much for putting effort into the design I love the table and am used to the cue sensitivity. If I made any suggestions it might be for some sort of analysis of your best shots and perhaps some diagrams of signature moves would be cool and worth a few breadcrumbsz! There is a dart game that keeps track of patterns and it's always the player playing against him-her-she-it月光

Tika50 ,

Shoot better pool here

28 Jan 2021 Congratulations, dear Player! Yes, three cheers and huzzah for reaching level 1020! I say this because the game won't. It just ends abruptly at table 1020. What other reviewers say is true: ball physics are pretty realistic. It's easy to line up your shot and control the force used (Luke). Pooking builds your confidence. You will pocket more balls here than you would on a real table. Tip: try playing in Airplane Mode! Suggestions for the devs: -Please get rid of the oddball tables! They are aggravating and don't belong in the game. -Please provide an option to disable the hand. -Instead of designing 1000 different starting positions, why not simply rack the balls? Let the player choose between 8-ball, 9-ball, and 14.1 racks. -Let the player set up practice shots. -Let the player replay the last position. -And thanks for making a game that gave me many hours of enjoyment! Update 24 July 2023 Table 2222 and still going! The game runs fine and I never see ads. I play on iPad Pro with Wi-Fi turned off. The 'reward' cues don't play any better than the basic one -- they are just distracting. I use the very first cue. My biggest gripe is 'the hand'. It's an UNWELCOME nuisance. How about making a Hardcore Mode option with NO HAND??

SSGT LITTER ,

Realistic Game

I like this game because the player is competing against himself by choosing any of the balls to pocket in any order. Hit the cue ball too hard or soft and the result is the same as virtually playing. I think the progression of the number of balls available to pocket causes the shooter to be more aware of how he leaves himself for the next shot although English on the cue isn’t used.
I especially like the control that positions the stick. I didn’t notice it at first but once I found it, it really lets the shooter be more precise. The control for how hard you hit the cue ball is nice too...it really lets you shoot soft or softer.
The heart that randomly appears in different pockets is asking you to pocket a ball there...any ball. I see it added in scoring but don’t get its purpose...nor do I get how the game is scored. Can’t say I honestly care since there’s only one player. LOL
I used to shoot straight 8 ball, calling pockets, rails and kisses...played around 20-30 hours a week. Have not played for a very long time. This game has been bringing me a lot of fun memories. I may just have to find a place to have a cold beer and drag my husband out to play a few games!

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