Spatial Billiards

Spatial Billiards

Billiards (in this case referring to English Billiards) is a game that is popular not just in England but around the world thanks to its popularity during the time of the British Empire. Billiards is a cue sport that is played by two players and...

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Name Spatial Billiards
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Platform Commodore 64
Release Date 1983
Game Type Released
ESRB Not Rated
Developers Gábor Meresz
Publishers Commodore Business Machines (UK) Ltd., Gameware, Happy Software
Genres Sports
Max Players 4
Cooperative No
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Billiards (in this case referring to English Billiards) is a game that is popular not just in England but around the world thanks to its popularity during the time of the British Empire. Billiards is a cue sport that is played by two players and utilities one object ball and two cue balls. Each player uses a different color cue ball and attempts to score more points than their opponent and reach the previously agreed total required to win the match. In this version instead of playing on a flat surface you play in a 3D type mode with the pocket at the bottom. Released in Commodore's "Fantasy Five" collection.
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