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Archer MaClean's Pool
Publisher: Virgin Games     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1993

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Genres : Simulation / Sports

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# 43 - Feb 93

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Stevie B wrote ...2006-05-01 21:24:13
baz is correct....this was the daddy of pool games....realistic ball dynamics, excellent sound (the clacking of the balls when they hit each other was spot on)....and the humourous little touches when you left the mouse alone for a while, like sinister eyes popping out of the black background, black dots (flies) buzzing around the table, and the funniest of them all, when one of the balls grows arms and blows a raspberry at you with the accompanied thumb to nose finger waggle gesture haha hilarious!! this was by all rights, the sequel to Jimmy Whites Whirlwind Snooker and was a great addition.....the much welcomed tournament option kept you playing this for hours, if only they had included this option in JWWS then me and my brother in law wouldnt have had to keep track of our games on paper! Cant really differentiate JWWS and Pool for playability tho, but for longevity, Archer McCleans Pool takes it.....and none of the other attempts at snooker/pool games came anywhere near close to rivalling Archer McCleans games......a true classic that i still enjoy today
bazfan wrote ...2003-06-23 16:30:33
Cant you lot remember this or what??. Its the greatest pool game in the world ever.
David Vaughan wrote ...2002-11-11 23:26:26
Archer MaClean's Pool can be found on Superior compact disk 131 A/B and D-Bug compact disk 119.
bazfan wrote ...2001-12-19 17:48:59
come on everybody, we all know that this is the don of pool games, the numero uno, the dookaroo...