Pool Billiards offline

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About this game

In Blackball pool there are 15 colored balls (7 red, 7 yellow and 1 black). The goal is to pocket all balls of your color group and then the black ball. Player who pots the black too early loses the game. In Pyramid billiards there are 15 white balls and one red. The goal is to pocket any 8 balls before your opponent. You can play alone, versus computer or with 2 players on one device (hotseat).
Updated on
Aug 4, 2022

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270K reviews
Michael Chlebek
September 5, 2022
Very basic gameplay. No overly excessive graphics, the computer isn't ridiculously good and makes mistakes on shots you'd think it would make. Interface is good. Simple red/yellow ball design. Ad at the end of each match, but not a stupid 30 second countdown ad, normally the 'X' pops up within a second or two. Recommended.
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Davor Marjanović
November 18, 2022
*Almost* the best pool game out there. Simple and "light" by all means, either by resource consumption or means of gameplay. The only remark I have is regarding cut out of the pockets. Corners are not that bad, but the side pockets are really wrongly done. They have too narrow entry, which should be parallel to pocket width. Also, all pockets should have a slanted entry edges, as actual pool tables have. If developer would fix this little nuances this would easily be the best pool mobile game.
373 people found this review helpful
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Robert Nowark
November 1, 2022
I always liked billiards(pool); now? I know I L.O.V.E. the game! This app is one of the best out there! The game is elegant in design + play. It take a micro amount of memory. The AI matches the difficulty you choose. This is a MUST TRY app!
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What's new

Bug fixes

Added options:
- first move: human or computer
- aiming wheel