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A couple of tweaks to the interface -- such as in-game help screens rather than an external HTML manual -- would get new users into the groove quicker. And more game modes would be a wonderful addition. But you won't find a better looking or playing pool game this side of Virtual Pool 3 -- independently developed or otherwise. Perhaps the gang at Paprikari "Just hadda show those creeps and punks what the game is like when it's great -- when it's REALLY great!"
“Barebones” is a word that’s been thrown around a lot in this review. It fits the game quite well. Such a no frills approach makes sense for a game like this in some aspects. Animated avatars certainly aren’t needed for a good pool game, but other stuff (like customizable controls) certainly are. For $19.99 you get an average pool game with a few modes of play. That’s the extent of it, and that’s a fair trade off in my opinion. I had fun and the game is perfect for a quick pick-up game or two. If you want an extravagant Pool experience, I’d get it elsewhere. But if pool gameplay is the only thing you care about, and money’s tight, DDD Pool fits the bill.
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