n64gm209 - Developed by Celeris Inc. and Published by Crave Entertainment, Inc. "Virtual Pool 64" was released for the Nintendo 64 Entertainment System (N6) on December 17, 1998. Virtual Pool 64, the first billiards title on Nintendo 64, features a 3D table and a choice of nine game variants: 8-ball, 9-ball, 10-ball, 6-ball, 3-ball, rotation pool, straight pool, bank pool and one pocket. Before you start playing, you can enter your name for record keeping and select one of four modes: Match, Tournament, Freestyle, and Shark Skins. A tournament consists of two to four rounds, while a match is simply a one-on-one challenge. Freestyle allows up to four players to create their own rules, whereas Shark Skins has you trying to clear a table in the fewest number of shots.
Control involves aiming and powering up each shot by holding back on the analog stick. You can also control spin as well as select from a variety of options, including calling shots, push-outs, pass push-outs, and spotting the lowest ball. Other options include four table colors, three rooms, and adjustable table speed, rail speed, pocket cut, and pocket size. In-game help is available for those new to billiards, with the rules for all nine games and general strategy tips included on the 32-megabit cartridge. A Controller Pak is needed to save statistics and progress during the game. Pre-owned - Includes Game Only, no manual or instructions are included.
- UPC: 650008298024
- Platform: Nintendo 64 Entertainment System (N64)
- Region: Code NTSC-U/C (US/CA)
- Compatibility: Controller Pak
- ESRB Rating: "E" for Everyone
- Genre: Sports / Pool / Simulation / Snooker
- Class: Licensed
- Rarity Rating: "C"
- Game Format: Cartridge
- Condition: Pre-owned excellent condition
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 01 February, 2017.