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Ultimate 8 Ball  (PlayStation)

Release Date: 05/31/1999

Format:NTSC-U/C

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Ultimate 8 Ball
PlayStation
  • Publisher: THQ
  • Genre: Simulation, Sports
  • Platform: PlayStation
  • Rating: Everyone

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Ultimate 8 Ball (PlayStation)

With Ultimate 8 Ball, the designers at Mirage Technologies have created an option-filled and comprehensive pool simulation with features ranging from pool rules (learning) to pool school (execution).

Ultimate 8 Ball offers 14 types of pool games with the majority of them supporting multiple players. Games include two versions of Eight Ball (UK and US rules), Nine Ball, Ten Ball, Six Ball, Three Ball, Straight Pool, Rotation, Speed Pool (single player), Killer, Ten Pin (a bowling format), Bank Pool, One Pocket, and Cut Throat.

An additional option, Hustle, is a single-player mode with three distinct difficulty settings in which the player competes against 15 computer-controlled opponents. Winning against at least one opponent in each of four levels earns the player the chance to face the reigning computer champion, Joe Philly.

Ultimate 8 Ball offers several customizable gameplay options such as 3D acceleration, overhead (bird's eye) view, input choice between game pad, joystick, or mouse and post-shot adjustable camera replays. Also provided is a comprehensive interactive tutorial, practice mode, extensive rules for all games and eight famous trick shots to master. Fifteen unique table sizes and shapes and ten specific environments round out this round-ball simulation.