Billiard Blitz Pool Skool

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Billiard Blitz Pool Skool Instructions

Billiard Blitz Pool Skool is controlled by using the mouse or the keyboard. Click and drag to aim your cue. The left and right arrow keys can be used to fine-tune your aim. Click the cue ball (or press the spacebar) to strike it. Click the power bar on the right side of the screen (or use the up and down arrow keys) to set the power of your shot.

Billiard Blitz Pool Skool Walkthrough

Billiard Blitz Pool Skool is the fourth game in the Billiard Blitz series of pool games. This physics game features simple mouse control, classy jazz background music, and twenty levels to complete.

Billiard Blitz Pool Skool consists of twenty levels called "sessions". The goal of each level is displayed towards the bottom of the screen. Of course, given that this is a billiards game, the goals of levels will primarily be sinking balls into pockets. Some levels will require you to sink balls in a particular order, or into designated pockets. The number of shots that you have on each level is limited. If you fail to accomplish the session's goals before using all of your shots, or if you scratch (sink the cue ball into a pocket), then you will fail the level and have to restart it. If you get stuck on a level, don't worry; you can play the levels of this pool game in any order that you want, so just pick a different session and go on from there!

As was the case in the first three Billiard Blitz games, the mouse is used as the primary control device in Billiard Blitz Pool Skool. Click and drag anywhere on the table to aim your cue. Click the power bar on the right side of the screen to set the power of your shot. Click the spin indicator to apply spin ("English") to your shot. The left and right arrow keys may also be used to make small adjustments to your aim, and the up and down arrow keys can be used to set the power of your shot. When you are ready to strike the cue ball, click the ball or press the spacebar.

Personally, I prefer to use a combination of mouse and keyboard controls in this billiards game. I click and drag to aim, and use the left and right arrow keys when I need to make small adjustments. I use the up and down arrow keys to adjust the power of my shot, and the spacebar to strike the ball. I advise newcomers to this pool game to use the aforementioned control scheme since it is easy to use and quick (at least for those using a real mouse rather than a touchpad), but if you are more comfortable using a different control method, then by all means do so!

Billiard Blitz Pool Skool is a physics game that is great for casual gamers and pool sharks that want to develop an edge over their competition. This billiards game won't teach you how to hustle your competition at the pool hall, but it may help you improve your billiards fundamentals!