Pooking - Billiards City 4+

Relaxed game of 8 Ball

yu liu

Designed for iPad

    • Free



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 2.2.9

Fix bugs

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
38.6K Ratings

38.6K Ratings


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!

Lashey1234 ,

Excellent on the verge of epic

As it is, this game is as challenging as it is peaceful as it is addictive. I don’t know how many levels there are, but I hope there are at least 1000. I’m on 229

If these guys would do a couple things, this game would be legendary:

1. When you miss a shot, you can’t come back from that and get the “crown” for that level. One should be able to make up for it by doing difficult shots like banks and combos and so forth.

2. This game needs instructions. It’s not that it is a difficult game to understand and play, but, for instance, what are the properties of the various sticks that you get as you go along? What do those letters at the top mean? Things like that.

3. One should get extra points for banked shots.

4. When you put a ball in a pocket that has the hand that removes a ball, you should be able to choose which ball is removed

5. After a scratch it’s hard to place the cue ball. Your finger covers it and you can’t see where exactly it’s going to be placed.

6. You should be able to call the pocket and get extra points for making a called shot pocket.
7. Make a level where you have to sink the balls in order (nine ball)

8. Have an “undo” function that costs you a heart or something.

sonnie6teen ,


From the English responses to the visual experience, you can actually sense the weight of the cue balls and the density of the table. Pretty amazing.

The only issue I had in the beginning was trying to aim the cue stick when shooting from the left end of the table where the trigger sits. If you're not careful you activate the trigger without realizing it and then it cues when you take your finger off the screen. I've since learned to just spin the cue from the center of the table. Same thing happens on the right end... your finger activates the fine adjustment aiming slider while trying to manually aim the cue.

I don't understand the progression requirements for each set... I would think you need to pocket each cue numerically, but it seems to reward you for pocketing randomly. I don't know. Wish these things came with instructions. If they are available I don't see them. That's why I only gave 4 stars. People who write these things always leave it up to the user to figure out how to actually utilize their apps. EVERY piece of software should have complete instructions. My first rule in life: If at first you don't succeed... read the instructions!

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