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Commodore 64Commodore User (Jan, 1984)
Movement is fast and smooth but we suspect that liberties have been taken in interpreting Newton's law on linear momentum conservation (Dictionary for breakfast again, I see - Ed). Thoroughly recommended.
Commodore 64Commodore User (Apr, 1984)
Obviously some complicated algorithms are employed in this engrossing simulation in order to replicate the interaction of angles, speed transfer of kinetic energy and resultant deflections. Without being really pedantic I can see no room for improvement in either the graphics or sound effects: and the ragtime accompanying the title and menu screens is a positive joy. You can switch from game to game whilst the top scores for each is retained on the hi-score screen. An absorbing program; well worth having.
Commodore 16, Plus/4Commodore User (Jul, 1985)
Similar games had a spate of popularity in pubs about three years ago. Unfortunately, it only lasted about three weeks, I guess people decided they preferred The Real Thing (that's the one where you end up arguing about the rules). As that opposition doesn't usually exist in your living room I think Hustler will have a more lasting appeal.
Commodore 64TeleMatch (Oct, 1984)
Dieses hochgelobte Billardprogramm macht weder Spielappetit, noch gibt es Sinn. Eine völlig überflüssige Spiel-Veranstaltung, die man am besten gleich wieder vergißt.