Pool Practice Instructions
Use your cursor to control the pool cue - once you've aimed your shot, click once to start the power meter and click again to make your shot. Try and make as many consecutive shots as possible.
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Pool Practice Walkthrough
Pool Practice is exactly how it sounds: you're not playing an actual game of pool; you're just supposed to sink as many pool balls in a row as possible. If you've played pool before, and you're particularly good at the game, then Pool Practice should be a piece of cake for you, but if you've never played pool before, then this is a great game to start with.
You'll learn how to sink pool balls, how to make consecutive shots, and aim the pool cue effectively. The in-game aiming system is something you should really take advantage of. When you're aiming at any pool ball on the table, it will show where the cue ball will hit it and where it will go. You can use this aiming system to plan out shots from the across the table, and most online pool games won't let you do this - it's usually quite a bit more difficult aiming shots in other games.
When you're shooting, make sure you don't double-click after you've aimed your shot. This is an easy mistake to make, so don't try to make your shots that fast. If you double-click during a shot, there won't be any power behind the cue ball, so you're basically giving up your turn.
Pool Practice, overall, is a great game if you're not very good at pool. The aiming system makes it easier to plan your shots, and you'll be able to pick up the game quickly if you use it effectively. With a nice physics system in place, Pool Practice is a realistic game - so if you actually want to practice with it, go right ahead.
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