|Virtual Snooker CDR |
Linux Redhat 6.1 review The stately British sport of Snooker is played on a billiards table, and involves 21 colored balls which must be potted during the course of a game. Unlike its American variant Pool, Snooker scoring is based upon the balls that the striker pots throughout the match. 15 red balls (known simply as "reds") are worth one point each, while six other colored balls ("colors") are worth between two and seven points each. Reds and colors are potted alternately until no reds remain, and then the colors must be potted in order of ascending value. Naturally, the winner is the player with the highest score once all balls have been potted.
Celeris and Interplay bring this classic English game to the computer desktop with Virtual Snooker. Utilizing the same graphics and gameplay engine as the companion title Virtual Pool, developers Celeris have attempted to recreate the sport of Snooker with complete ...