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jrlowe
jrlowe presents ...

2013/3/10

8 Ball Pool

Use the mouse to aim. Click and drag from that point for more or less power. Let Go to shoot.
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More to come:
-Improved wall physics
-animated CueStick for power
-Coloured Balls
-Scoring
-AI
-Finish line-track system thing. (More like Miniclips 8 ball pool aiming)

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A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Sun Mar 10 02:05:41 UTC 2013
A nice game but there are some buggs. Sometimes there are two white balls and also sometimes the sound of crashing balls plays again and again. But all in all a realy nice game.
danpostdanpost

2013/3/10

Ditto, to what Gevater_Tod4711 said. Also, if a ball is moving too fast it sometimes ends up in a rail (instead of bouncing off it); and, if moving really fast it can pass the rail completely and end up off the table completely.
danpostdanpost

2013/3/10

There is one more thing: the space bar will trigger aiming while the cue ball is still in motion; which causes the cue stick to be misplaced when to ball finally stops.
jrlowejrlowe

2013/3/11

@danpost yes, I forgot to remove the space bar feature. I also said I would create a new wall collision system because the one now is temporary. This is a very basic version of the game. I line the walls in vectors and at each intersection, I will invert the angle of the vectors normal. This will provide much more accurate collisions and will fix the getting stuck in the wall. And for the repeating sound, I need to move where the sound is actually played to get rid of the constant detection.
dufus15dufus15

2013/4/30

This is a great game. I am doing the same thing for my computer programming class. Could you give me some pointers??
jrlowejrlowe

2013/7/17

@dufus15 its all about realism. I am creating another pool game using the Slick2d library in intellij and this time I am focusing on more realistic and accurate physics. I am incorporating a rolling effect for the balls. Visit 8 ball pool on miniclip.com and that is basically the type of pool game i am trying to create.
CHIKACHIKA

2013/7/17

i am new here and i love your game
JetLennitJetLennit

2013/7/18

I made a ball go out of the table for a bit
mohd95mohd95

2013/12/4

can you please upload this game to greenfoot

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