PopGameBox is a free multiplayer online game with lively 3D graphics and a friendly community. It includes 3D Billiards (8 Ball, 9 Ball and 15 Ball) and 3D Snooker (Full Snooker, Short Snooker and Mini Snooker), which the operations are the most similar as you do in real life. You can compete with and chat with many real players around the world. (In order to do that, you need to download a 3MB client and install it).
'Esc' - Back to game room
'Tab' - Exchange Normal/Tiny adjust cue angle model
'F1' - Show / Hide help information
'F3' - Part cue (Snooker)
'Down Arrow' - Top view
'Space bar' - Show mouse cursor
'Enter' - Send message
Rules of 9 Ball Pool
9 ball is played with a cue ball and nine object balls numbered 1 through 9. 9 ball is a "rotation" game, meaning that the balls are shot in numerical order. The shooting player must strike the lowest numbered ball on the table first. Players are not required to call any shot, and the game is won when the nine ball is pocketed. A player retains their turn at the table as long as they strike the lowest numbered ball first, avoid fouls, and pockets a ball on each shot. After a miss, the incoming player must shoot from the position left by the previous player, but after any foul the incoming player may start with the cue ball anywhere on the table. The player need not pocket the lowest numbered ball to continue shooting. He may, for example, shoot the 1-ball into the 4-ball thus pocketing the 4. He will continue shooting but must again strike the 1 ball first. If the player shoots the 1-ball into the 9-ball and the 9 is pocketed, the game is over.
Rules of 15 Ball Pool
Fifteen balls are racked in a triangle and all the object balls are placed randomly. On every shot, you must pocket a ball. If the cue ball goes in, it is a foul. Any pocketed ball is spotted when a foul is committed. The player who pockets more than 61 points(each ball has a point value equal to its number) wins the game.
Rules of Full/Short/Mini Snooker
Snooker is played with fifteen(Full/Short Snooker)/ten(Mini Snooker) object balls that are not numbered and are solid red (called reds), six object balls of other colors that are not numbered (called colors in snooker) and a cue ball (called the white ball). The aim of snooker is to pocket the balls legally according to the rules and to score a greater number of points than the opponent. Point values for object balls: red-1, yellow-2, green-3, brown-4, blue-5, pink-6, black-7.
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