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Archer Maclean's 3D Pool  (Game Boy Advance)

Release Date: 11/03/2004

Format:NTSC-U/C

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Archer Maclean's 3D Pool
Game Boy Advance
  • Publisher: Ignition
  • Genre: Sports, Family
  • Platform: Game Boy Advance
  • Rating: Everyone

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Not everybody's house is big enough for a pool table. Luckily, the Game Boy Advance is. 3D Pool covers the angles and brings plenty of chalk to the table.

Thanks to different camera options and graphics, 3D Pool delivers a fine sim that well replicates ball movement and spin. In other words, brush up on your physics, or at least your geometry, if you want to be the pocket billiards champion.

An on-screen toolbar contains every option you need to strike the cue ball. Shot power, spin, a guide line, cue angle and chalking your stick are some of the options for preparing your shot. Once you have set the variables, click the cue ball icon. It doesn't take long to get the hang of shooting the ball and setting up for the next shot. It does, however, take some time to learn to control the different cameras. Once you have the controls down, you're ready for some competition.

Play a game of 9 Ball, U.S. 8 Ball or U.K 8 Ball, or arrange the balls on the table to attempt trick shots. Each game has three modes: game, match and tournament. In setting up a match, you can play three to nine games against the computer or a friend.

Up to eight people can compete in tournament mode on one Game Boy Advance. 3D Pool sets up a bracket and players alternate turns. The game offers no password or save options, so clear some time off your scheduler to get that tournament completed.

In the trick shot editor, you simply arrange the balls wherever you want on the table and test your skills.