Angleball

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ZX Spectrum
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MSX
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Commodore 64
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Description

Angleball is a variation on Pool, using a hexagonal table with 6 pockets and 6 sides. The ball can rebound off these at unusual angles, making the outcomes of shots harder to predict. The basic objective is to pot all the balls, while failing to pot a ball in 3 shots will lose you the frame unless your opponent also fails to do this.

The game can be played by one or two players, with the one-player game consisting of a sequence of 20 different table layouts, each requiring its own style to win. Two-player games can take place on any of these layouts or one of your own design using the inbult table editor. Shot direction, speed and spin can be set on a general level.

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Angleball ZX Spectrum The table layout editor
Angleball ZX Spectrum One down, 19 to go
Angleball Commodore 64 Human 1, Computer 0
Angleball ZX Spectrum Now on for the 2 ball

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ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) ZX Spectrum Dec, 1987 468 out of 1000 47

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