Super Billard 2D

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Super Billard 2D Instructions

Click and drag your mouse to aim and take shots - the longer you hold down the left-mouse button, the stronger your shots will be.

Super Billard 2D Walkthrough

In Super Billard 2D, you've got five minutes to sink as many red pool balls as you can. If you sink the cue ball, or run out of time, the game is over. You'll rack up points for every shot you make, and if you sink pool balls in succession, you'll gain extra points. Each pool ball is worth 250 points, and after sinking every red pool ball on the table, more will appear.

You'll start with Super Billard 2D with one red pool ball on the table. You should try to get used to the aiming system right away, since you've only got five minutes to sink as many pool balls as possible, but it's not very complicated. If you want to make a longer shot, then hold down the left-mouse button longer, but the shots you can make in Super Billard 2D, like most pool games, can only be so powerful. The physics system Super Billard 2D uses is quite conservative, too, so you'll only be able to make it 3/4 of the way across the table with your most powerful shot.

So, instead of trying to make an easy shot that goes across the table, you'll have to make sure that you're making short, concise shots to the most nearby pocket. After you sink the first pool ball, two more will appear, and after you sink those two pool balls, three more will appear. The game keeps going and going in this fashion until you either run out of time or sink the cue ball, so it gets easier to sink pool balls as the game goes on.

If you're looking for a nice, traditional pool game to play while listening to some smooth jazz, Super Billard 2D is what you should be playing - as said before, you'll have five minutes to as score as many points as you can - so see what kind of a high score you can get.