2000 Midas Interactive pool and snooker simulation game
- Category Sport
- Program license Trial version
- Size 16.8 MB
- Works under: Windows XP / Windows 2000 / Windows ME / Windows 98 SE / Windows 98
- Program available in English
- Program by Oneworldbdc
Cue Club is a program with several smaller games that can be played to see how good you are at playing pool. This is a game that has amazing graphics, making you feel as if you are playing a real game of pool on a table in your home. The colors are stunning, bringing to life the balls that are in the game. Sounds are realistic, especially after you hit several balls into various pockets with one play.
Instead of just a simple game of pool, Cue Club has taken things a step further. The program features several kinds of billiard games that you can enjoy. The unique plays that you can make and the angles that are available for your approach make this a game like no other. You have to use chalk in order to get the best contact with the ball, and you have to plan out your moves before hitting the cue ball.
The speed with which you hit the cue ball plays an important role. If you don't hit it fast enough, you won't get any balls in the pockets. However, if you hit it too hard, you'll find that the balls will go all over the table without making any sense at all. You need a steady hand while playing. There is a chat feature so that you can play with other people who are online.
Perhaps the best game is the traditional 8-ball. There is a 9-ball option and two versions of snooker. You could also try an English version of pool, but it's rather difficult and should be left to those who are experienced in the game of pool.
- Astounding sound quality
- Realistic graphics
- Several games in one
- Numerous tables are confusing at times
- Real players leave games quickly