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Billiards

About Billiards

Sink either the solid or striped balls, then sink the 8-ball to win! Play against different opponents. Can you defeat them all?

How to play Billiards online?

Tap anywhere, and drag to aim the cue stick. Release to apply force to the white, cue ball. Releasing from where you originally tapped will cancel it. 2 players alternate between turns. When no ball has been shot to any hole, any player can shoot a ball, called "pocket", either solid or striped. The first player to pocket a ball is now assigned to shoot that group of solid balls, or striped balls - that player is still on their turn. Their turn ends when the player shoots, but does not pocket any ball of their respective group. The 8-ball, colored black, is a special type of ball. The player must pocket all their respective balls first, before pocketing it, in order to win. If the 8-ball is pocketed before they cleared it, they lose immediately. If the cue ball is pocketed, the player's turn ends. It is placed back to its starting position.