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Virtual Pool 64
Virtual Pool 64 for N64, Front Cover.jpg
Developer(s) Celeris
Publisher(s) Crave Entertainment
Platform(s) Nintendo 64
Release date(s) NA December 17, 1998
Genre(s) Sports simulationpool
Mode(s) Single-player, two-player
Rating(s) ESRB: Everyone
Media Cartridge
Input methods Gamepad

Virtual Pool 64 is a 3D, first-person sports simulation video game that was developed by Celeris and released for the Nintendo 64 by Crave Entertainment on December 17, 1998, solely in North America.[1] The game features computer simulations of 11 forms of pool (pocket billiards). It is part of the "Virtual Pool" game franchise, which also includes the PC games Virtual Pool, Virtual Pool 2, Virtual Pool Hall and Virtual Pool 3. The game has been simultaneously lauded as "a top-notch simulation" and criticized as dull, lacking both player incentive and engaging characters.

Game modes

Virtual Pool comes with nine different pool games[1] (eleven, including all three of the eight-ball variants available):


  1. ^ a b Taruc, Nelson (January 29, 1999). "Virtual Pool 64 Review". San Francisco, CA: CNET Networks. Retrieved 2008-09-01.  


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Virtual Pool 64
Developer(s) Celeris
Publisher(s) Crave
Release date 1998
Genre Sports, Simulation
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
Age rating(s) ESRB: E
Platform(s) Nintendo 64
Media Cartridge
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A pretty looking game of pool, also known as billiards. Features somewhat complicated controls that utilized every button on the Nintendo 64 Controller and several different modes of play. Pool fans can play 3-Ball, 6-Ball, 8-Ball, 9-Ball, 10-Ball, Straight Pool, One Pocket, Rotation Pool, and Bank pool.

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