Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.
Play 8-ball pool against computer or your friend.
The object of the game is to pocket your set of assigned balls (solid or striped) and finally pocket black ball to designated pocket.
- one or two players modes
- for left and right hands
- real 3D ball animation
- hint for precise aiming
Good luck and enjoy the game!
What's New in Version 2.1
MacBook Pro Retina support.
Many visual enhancements.
Fix for compatibility with SnowLeopard.
NOTHING WORSE THAN A COMPUTER CHEATING
At first this was a good game and then after I got good at it and played enough games that I won, the computer cheats to win. It will steal the solids I am shooting just so it could win the game. The more I win the more it cheats! The shots that would go into the side pockets don’t line up for us but it does for the computer. There were shots the computer made into the side pocket that in no way possible would anyone be able to make a shot like that. Another thing it does is use the 8 ball or one of my balls to shoot the computer’s ball into the pocket. THAT IS CHEATING AND THE COMPUTER CHEATS AS MUCH AS IT CAN BECAUSE THE COMPUTER PROGRAMMER IN HIS/HER WARPED SENSE OF COMPETITION SEEMS TO THINK THAT IS THE ONLY WAY TO GIVE AN APPONENT COMPETITION, SO THE PROGRAMMER BUILT IN A CHEATING MECHANISM INTO THE SOFTWARE TO CHEAT US OUT OF WINNING.
You know what I love this game, but I’ve played it too much to notice some flaws that I would love to point out. Firstly, there should be a level of toughness option, because the AI is just not programmed to win or be competitive. If you do a couple of bad shots, the AI just starts to play really bad, hitting stupid shots and stuff. Try scoring all the shots for the AI and it will start play really bad. And I noticed when the AI has a chance to win sometimes, they just blow it, doing something stupid. Please put a hardness setting to it, would love to play a tougher opponent. but overall this game is great to pass time, thanks for making it!
Fun 8-ball game for mindless fun
It's a fun game that I play sometimes for mindless fun. Some of the other reviews take the game way too seriously. You should be able to figure out the rules of play as you actually play it or you can look them up. I'm fine with the novice level of the computer player and how it seems to purposefully flub on certain shots that seem really easy to make. It's quirky at times in how the computer player gets to place the cue ball where it likes for seemingly no reason, but it's not a big deal. It's just light, mindless fun between work tasks.