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3D Pool

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With 3D Pool you can enjoy the ultimate billiards and pool experience in the comfort of your own home! Step up to the virtual table and show what you can do with a cue! In addition to the pool hall classic eight-ball, you can also play nine-ball, ten-ball and even snooker! Whether alone against the computer or in a duel against a real player on the same computer, you'll send balls careening across the table in four selectable, highly-detailed rooms as you work your way up the local high score list.Features:
  • 4 game types (pool: eight-ball, nine-ball, ten-ball and snooker)
  • 4 different rooms
  • 3 ball skins
  • 3 cue skins
  • Local high score list
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Z-Software
Publisher
Libredia
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.libredia.com/component/k2/item/174-3d-pool

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows Vista/7/8
  • Processor: Dual-Core Ghz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 256 MB
  • DirectX: Version 9.0a
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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3D Pool reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
My Game Collection is growing and I recently said to myself that I look at every Game at least for a short time to get an Overview, I did the same with 3D Pool. I had read that the Game is supposed to be bugated and Bullets disappear. I played it Now a Whitewash, estimated 10-15 Games and Balls have never gone away. I found the Game basically quite okay, but just nothing special, hence the Thumbs down if I could I would give a middle Thumb. The Game has different Modes, with each modes you play against some Players one after the other Until you have won against each once. Again, that's not particularly hard when you have the Lines displayed. Otherwise, this is just like any other Pool game, it works, you can compete against different Levels of difficulty, but it lacks cool Content like a Career or playing for virtual Money, no Idea anything the Game would highlight from the Crowd From Billiards Games. For 6.99 EUROS I find it a bit too expensive, in the Sale it is certainly an Option. But There are also Games that I like [mediennerd.de]
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"3D Pool" is a pool billiards and Snooker Game. You can play 8-Ball, 9-Ball or 10-Ball pool Or even Snooker. We are initially playing against fairly inept computer Opponents, the stronger ones will not be unlocked until we have defeated the weaker ones. As usual with these Games, we determine Thrust and Strength. We determine The Spin, on the other hand, in an extra view that zooms close to the Ball. This Separation is rather unfortunate. A precise determine of direction is often not possible. However, this is usually not necessary at all, because the Balls fall into the Pockets quite easily and quickly. Where the Problem of the Game lies is discovered mainly with Snooker. Apart from the fact that it is extremely annoying to compete against the completely talent-free Initial Opponents, some of whom do not even hit the Ball. Not even the Set Of rules is correctly adopted for Snooker. And balls lying close to the Gang reveal a not exactly clean working Physics. In addition, the Camera perspective is often not suitable for the Size of the Table, so some Bumps degenerate into Gambling. Especially annoying also that you can not finish practically already won games-as with real Snooker-but always have to play in the Endgame until the very last Ball, even if-as is often the case with Snooker-you are already uncatchable in front. Only for a few Brain-free Pool Games you could use the Game if you are quite undemanding and don't put it worth Realism. For snooker players, it's a very bad Joke and absolutely not to use. Rating: 4/10 Atmosphere-/10 Story 5/10 Graphic 3/10 Sound 5/10 Game Mechanics 4/10 Balancing 4/10 Game Pass Conclusion: Empheailed: Not even the snooker rules are correctly implemented. 4/10 Overall Rating
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