Play 8-Ball, 9-Ball, Snooker, Billiards, Pub Pool, 27 games total, in 3D!
“So realistic it will make your real pool game better!”
Two career play modes, trick shots, video tutorials. Virtual Pool 4 is the most comprehensive cue sport game ever!
Compete for a season in Pro Tour Career. Play against real pros and top amateurs as virtual opponents. Start on the Local tour and work up through the Regional, National, and finally the World tour. See tour rankings and player statistics. Try to earn all the tour achievements for each tour game. Each season includes several tournaments with different formats including single elimination, double elimination, and special invitational. Tour games include 9-Ball, 8-Ball, Snooker, Black Ball, 10-Ball, 8-Ball Pub World Rules, and Straight Pool. Play levels of Easy, Normal, Hard, Extra Hard, and Good Luck.
Start in the Garage and gamble your virtual bankroll through six locations and hundreds of opponents in Hustler career play. Beat the room boss to advance to the next location. Opponents become more challenging in later locations and the betting stakes go up! Some locations occasionally have tournaments for a change of pace in this pressure packed gambling odyssey. Use some hard earned virtual cash to buy break cues, jump cues and low deflections cue shafts. Careers setup includes seventeen different game choices and five skill levels.
Learn to play better pool! Video tutorials with Steve Daking cover all you need to know to improve your real life and your virtual pool game. After each tutorial segment, you can play and practice each lesson shot in Virtual Pool 4!
Setup trick shots or just play them from the pool and artistic billiard trick shot libraries. You can also play friends on the same computer, practice by yourself, or play any computer opponent.
Use a custom Play Cue to show some style and change the shaft to a lower deflection model for better aiming accuracy. Get a Break Cue to smash the rack harder and make more balls. Jump Cues can be used to jump over obstructing balls.
Virtual Pool 4 is the best single player pool game available. Grab a cue and play now!
Fix for crash when using foreign language setting keyboards.
Added an option 'raw data mode' for mouse. This mode is more accurate, however, you need to make sure 'mouse managers' are disabled as they conflict with reading raw data from the mouse. If this option does not work for you it can be disabled in the Settings/Mouse menu.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
MEnu bar and Dock get in the way while in full screen
The game is great! My only problem is that if your mouse pointer goes to hi or low, either the Dock or the Menu bar appear and that messes up game play… it can get frustrating.
Developers, please kill access to menu bar and dock while in full screen! we don’t need those, while playing or if we do we can just Cmnd Tab. Thanks!
Great game worth the money
This is a great game well worth the money in my opinion. Whoever designed the game obviously spent a great deal of time devolping and perfecting the game. It is by far the most realistis pool game i have ever played. There are a wide variety of games and it is really rare to find one that allows you to play snooker. There is 8 ball, 9 ball, 6 ball, trick shot pool, straight pool and a few others.
The guy who wrote the comment about hitting a ball and it being a foul didnt understand that most of the games on here are APA rules so you have to hit the ball and a rail otherwise a foul. Also, many levels of talent you can play not just easy and super difficult. The hardest players are pros and they do run the table but you can get some games in. There is a hustler option and pro option for career. There is also tournaments that pop up that you can play. The menu bar, players pictures and some of the setup is a little old school but overall a fantastic game. Very realistics and could probably be used as a training tool as well.
I have been playing this game for a few weeks. I find it aggravating. If I play on amateur level I win everytime without any challenge. If I play on skilled level, the computer opponent runs the table except for the last ball and then will miss it over and over again until I win. If I play on shark level the computer runs the tablel I will lose every game. The computer opponent has mastery over English, rails, jumping the cue ball… you on the other hand can’t even tell how much English is being applied. furthermore if you play a great game and the computer doesn’t have a shot, it will tap it’s own ball to hide behind it leaving you no shot. when you can’t strike your ball it shows it as a fault and the computer uses ball in hand to win the game. Even with training aids turned on, if you try bank or cue off of the rail the tracks will show you’re on… and you’ll miss 8 out of 10 shots. The computer on the other hand always makes every shot. If you want to win without any challenge and then try a harder level on to have nothing work for you… this might be your game… but I hate it!
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