20 Games Like WSC Real 09: World Snooker Championship()
WSC Real 08 promises to be the most authentic Snooker experience ever created, with a host of groundbreaking new features which immerse you in the shoes of a pro like never before. Create your own Snooker personality and get ready to compete at the very top in the Official game of World Snooker!
The chart-busting success of World Championship Snooker returns for a new year and a new snooker challenge. Veteran snooker fans and championship newcomers step up to the table in opposition to Stephen Hendry, Peter Ebdon, Mark Williams, Ronnie O’Sullivan and more than twenty top players from the world of professional snooker. With incredible enhancements in every area of the game, plus new game modes and a more compelling snooker experience than ever before, World Championship Snooker™ 2003 is set to make the big breaks frame after frame.
Indoor Sports World features all of your favourite indoor sports games in one Place: Air Hockey, Darts, Pool and Snooker. Within each game mode you will find several different variations and rule sets to cater for every player’s desire, from the new kids on the block to old pros.
Aim carefully and fire a miracle shot! This game will make you feel like a hustler. Enjoy this intellectual game which allows you a glimpse into the adult world. Realistic games will be played as the seven balls bounce, roll, and collide in the most complicated manner. You can change playing conditions to match your skill.
Cue Club is a sports simulation video game developed by British Games developer Bulldog Interactive and released for Microsoft Windows on 10 November 2000. It is a realistic interpretation of pool and snooker. The game was initially published by Midas Interactive and later by GSP (now known as Avanquest), but since 2012 it has been distributed exclusively by Bulldog through the official Cue Club website.
The leader in video game billiards chalks up for console with Virtual Pool: Tournament Edition. Virtual Pool offers 18 different pool games on tables from chic Monte Carlo to a dirty biker bar. Shoot some stick with the most advanced billiard physics ever experienced as you bank, angle, and English the trickiest shots imaginable. Virtual Pool: Tournament Edition is widely recognized as the most realistic pool simulator ever developed!
Multiple locations: a suburban garage, dusty biker bar, and a beachside mansion
18 varieties of pool: 8-ball, 9-ball, Snooker, and 1- and 3-Cushion Billiards
Easy to play: as quick as setting up a shot on a real pool table
Authentic gameplay: most accurate table and ball physics ever--balls roll, fly, and bounce off the table
Library of artistic trick shots: or set up your own to become a true shark
If you are a lover of snooker & pool games, you have to play Pool Tour Masters. A billiards game where you can experience pool and snooker like never before, with a big and strong online tours to challenge your friends around the world. Achieve big rewards playing 1 vs 1 tour mode, and get new cues with powerful skills and effects. You have to find your personal cue between more than 60 different cues. Play one of the 3 main modes, against other players in the world, in exciting themed localizations like Sydney, Jamaica, Moscow… Pool Tour Masters is available for Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 mobile.
- Touch to aim and hit the ball
- Play with friends and users all over the world in 3 amazing modes
- Over 60 cues to collect
- Log in every day to get big rewards
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Jimmy White's 'Whirlwind' Snooker is a computer game by veteran programmer Archer MacLean, released by Virgin Games in 1991 for the Commodore Amiga.
'Whirlwind' Snooker is a highly realistic snooker simulator. Although the game was not the first to simulate snooker (or pool) in 3D, it made full use of the processing power and graphics capabilities of 16-bit home computers and was praised for its then ground-breaking realism and easy-to-use interface. Many remarked that the game was the closest thing to being on a real snooker table which existed at the time, and it could be used by a player to refine real-life snooker skills.
Despite being an accurate and serious simulation of the sport, MacLean's irreverent sense of humour was prominent throughout. The sound effect used for a successful pot was a resounding "pop" and numerous animations provided comic relief should a player take more than a few seconds to shoot. Balls would sprout eyeballs and arms, making faces at the player or holding up signs that read "Get on with it!" and such.
The game was followed by Archer MacLean's Pool in 1992 and Jimmy White's 2: Cueball in 1999.