Dec 21

MacPool 8.6

Normally: $19.95

ZOT Price: $11.95

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Simple and easy to play computer simulation of the popular 9-Ball and 8-Ball Pool games. In Nine-Ball Billiards, each player has to shoot the lowest ball on the table first, and the one who pockets the nine-ball wins. In Eight-Ball Billiards each player has to shoot his/her own group of 7 balls first, and the one who pockets the group and then the 8 ball wins.

Amazing Online Game Mode to enjoy hours of fun with connencted players around the globe. Give it a try downloading the evaluation version. Tell your friends (Win or Mac) to do the same and experience the emotions of playing real Pool from the convenience of your computer.

MacPool is the perfect complement to your iChat, Skype, MSN, Yahoo or any other messenger application when you want to have some fun with your remote friends or family.

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What users are saying!

“I love MacPool, it’s a lot of fun, especially since you added 8 Ball.”
Joseph Bacon, USA

“I am a musician and rarely play games, but MacPool is a winner.”
John “Rabbit” Bundrick, Keyboards, THE WHO

“MacPool is a good game. Very stress relieving. Good job”
Ari Brown, USA

5 Responses to “MacPool 8.6”

  1. Britonius Says:

    This looks and sounds interesting, but I think the price is still a little too high for it.

    Plus the comments at Macupdate & VersionTracker are not real good especially the ones about having to buy a new license if you get a new hard drive or new computer –

    Would Bakno like to address these concerns? Because if this is how registration works, I won’t buy it for sure.

  2. Britonius Says:

    FYI… there is a free billards game for OS X available called Foobillards. I am not tried it so I can not recommend it at this time, but feel free to check it out. I don’t think it has some of the features of MacPool but then it has some features MacPool doesn’t have.

  3. Jules Says:

    Thank you for pointing this out, Britonius! I came here to buy the game (even though I agree that it is too expensive but well, got some boring days ahead) – but if this licensing scheme is true I’m definitely not going to buy since I will be replacing my computer some time next year.

  4. bselack Says:

    This is on their web site:

    I have changed my computer. Do I need to purchase the game again?

    No, there is no need to purchase again. Just send us an email and we will reset your registration.

    So it appears you don’t need to buy a new license, just request it be reset.

  5. Britonius Says:

    Yeah but some of the comments said they never responded and they certainly did not respond here to correct the issue. So where is the responsiveness of the company as they knew this deal was happening as they had to approve it. Other developers would monitor comments and answer questions.