Maxi Pool Masters VR

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Maxi pool Masters takes you inside the action in a fun and innovative pool game.
Play in a pool table as big as a soccer field with huge balls! Challenge the computer, play classic "8 balls" pool, or the new "loop" game, or the "Throw the ball" mode to spend hours of fun with your family or friends! You can choose different levels of difficulty, change the look of your table, and customize your dot. What are you waiting for?Features
  • Realistic graphics
  • Balls and table customizations
  • Video and audio options
  • 3 game modes
  • Realistic and interacting audience
  • Good and relaxing musics
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 or later
  • Processor: intel i5
  • Memory: 10 GB RAM
  • Graphics: gtx 1060 3gb
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 600 MB available space
  • OS: Windows 7 or later
  • Processor: intel i7
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: gtx 1080
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 600 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Product received for free Early Access Review I was allowed to test this Game and for the Prize gets a nice little game. In the Beginning you think well Billiards but you are just as big as the Balls yourself, which I think I think is made cool and also changes the Game a little bit. There are different Game modes also MP there, from the Ball physics it is not Simulation heavy Rather arcade which is also to be blurred at this Price. The Graphics completely range from the Sound is a little annoying 2 Pieces of music in the Loop, but you can also turn them off luckily. Gameplay Video here:
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Early Access Review Charge Actually ... First Of all, I have to mention: I thought it was a "real" Billiards Game and not a Giant Table. Unfortunately, the Game purchased directly mobile because of the cheap Price without watching the Videos. So now to the Constructive First Impression: The Idea for The Game and the mini Perspective is very funny. But the Developers still have a lot to do in terms of Physics. The Bullets don't roll away, which indicates the "Target Aid." And the Balls generally don't roll around Realistically. The "Target Aid" also hints at a Kind of Spin, which is not influenced. Graphically, I wouldn't call the Game a "next Gene," either. My Initial Impression is therefore not Positive. I'll stick with SportsbarVR after all. I think something else will happen, though, and will adjust my Review as soon as it changes. I would rather have developed a really good Billiard Game in your Place without this Giant table. (In my Opinion, would generate more Revenue and raise the Price of the Game as well)
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Microsoft from Italian
Product received for free Early Access Review tried yesterday (they sent me a key to the game and thank you heartily!!!) I can only say that given the price, since it is created by Italians and is a real simulation of billiards is recommended since it simulates a lot Faithfully a billiard-field!!! I found only a few bugs during the billiard cue type experience that while you pull the bowl goes into the loop and does not allow you to do anything... I think it is solvable and still does not undermines the gaming experience.. The graphics are quite colorful and the music very relaxing.. I state that I am not an expert in billiards but the level of difficulty (from easy to hard) allows you to play from beginners to the most experienced. If the developer inserted some graphic effect and sound in addition, during the moment you take point, the experience would have a little ' more involvement... however I would say (from expert of VR) that as an experience convinced me!!! The game is cool, involves and entertains you right away (also think about the online mode) and what's more it lends itself as game mechanics even to those who, like me, do not know the game of billiards!!! Recommended!!! Link to my technical test of the game:
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