From the review:
Amju Super Cool Pool makes some additions to the basic pool formula that makes it unique in terms of gameplay. The controls are fairly conventional: you aim, add spin, and determine power with the mouse. The game features six-ball, nine-ball, U.S. eight-ball, and UK eight-ball (red and yellow balls instead of stripes and solids). The only addition I’d like to see is more conventional game types, but Amju Super Cool Pool makes up for this in alternative modes of play. Crazy pool adds timed exploding balls, you can play with big or small pockets, on tables with different shapes (a “T,” for instance), or try a set of trick shots. These features are definitely one-of-a-kind, and they make Amju Super Cool Pool more than just another pool game. You can play any of the modes in a one-player practice mode (that shows the shot path), single player against the adept AI opponent, or against another human player at the same computer (no online play). The gameplay itself is solid and the physics are believable. The AI opponent seems to adjust her skill level according to how well you are doing, always providing a good challenge for the player. Overall, Amju Super Cool Pool is more than a typical, run-of-the mill pool game, and its exclusive gameplay additions make it a cut above the rest.Check out the full review at the link below.
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